The Council of 101’s annual immersive holiday event, Festival of Trees, returns to Orlando Museum of Art this year from November 13-21.
The festive event features 40 custom-decorated Christmas trees and holiday wreaths that are available for purchase, as well as beautiful gingerbread sculptures available for public viewing from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day as well as special events peppered throughout the week.
“We’re so proud to have created an event that has become the fabric of holiday celebrations in Central Florida. It’s truly an honor to see generation after generation make Festival of Trees part of their holiday traditions.”– JOAN KENNEDY, PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL OF 101
This year’s event will feature a holiday shopping experience, as well as pop-up shops and live entertainment. A variety of special events, including an opening night gala and Tree Lighting, Breakfast with Santa, and a children’s Reindeer Romp party on top of the annual tree installations.
Events presented by the Council of 101, including Festival of Trees, have raised more than $12 million over the years, benefiting the Orlando Museum of Art’s educational and life-long learning programs.
Advanced ticket purchases are highly encouraged and now available via Eventbrite but will also be available for purchase at the door, starting at $20 for adults, $8 for children aged 3 to 12, and $12 for seniors over the age of 60. Military personnel and first responders can enter for $12. For more information, visit councilof101.org.