The annual Christmas Town event is one of the best parties in town, with more than 2 million twinkling lights illuminating the park, plenty of festive treats on offer and unique attractions and entertainment you can only find during the most wonderful time of the year.
This year, the celebrations kick off on November 25th and will include the debut of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer and Friends in Rudolph’s Winter Wonderland. No longer left out in the snow, Rudolph is the centre of attention at Busch Garden’s Christmas spectacular, and guests will have the chance to meet and greet the star himself. Alongside Rudolph will also be Clarice, Yukon Cornelius and Bumble from the 1964 Christmas special. Rudolph’s Winter Wonderland can be found next to the Celestial Crossing so make sure to check it out!
Another unique attraction you can’t miss at this time of year is Santa’s House presented by Coca-Cola. While the elves are hard at work in the North Pole work shop preparing toys for all the lucky children around the world, Santa has made some time to greet park guests in his private study for a photo.
If you love Busch Gardens amazing thrill rides, you’ll love them even more during the festive period, where the dizzying heights of some of Busch Gardens best rides give you the most amazing views over the beautifully lit-up park. Rides open during this period even include the brand new family-friendly thrill ride Cobra’s Curse.
Last but not least, is the return of some of Busch Garden’s most popular holiday entertainment – world-class skaters in Christmas on Ice, Carol of the Bells light show and the Holiday Hills Brass Band. There’s sure to be something for everyone at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay this Christmas.
Christmas events kick off on the 25th November and run until December 31st. These extra fun holiday events are included absolutely free with your usual park admission. To buy tickets to Busch Gardens and the other SeaWorld parks, click here.
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