Thursday, December 20, 2007

Cypress Gardens Celebrates it Old Style

The holiday season is in full bloom all over Orlando, and for many – even vacationers – that means rushing, stressing, traffic, stressing, shopping, stressing, and well…just stressing. If you need a break from the seasonal stress, is the place for you. We have the best deals on tickets to all of your favorite Orlando theme parks all in one place, and you can get them with an easy click or phone call. We love making your holidays easier by doing all the work for you. One stop here and your theme park ticket shopping is done!

The folks over at Cypress Gardens want to de-stress your Christmas too, so this year they invite you to an “Old Fashioned Christmas.” From now through December 30, Cypress Gardens guests can leave that “holiday hustle” behind and “hearken back” to the days of yesteryear. The park is dressed to the nines and is set to bring back the good old days with an 80’ Christmas tree. The decorations include millions of lights twinkling throughout the park as well as some of the original displays used way back in 1936 when Cypress Gardens became Florida’s original theme park.

The peaceful garden holiday atmosphere is enhanced by strolling carolers and musicians that serve guests a heaping helping of Christmas cheer. And when the entertainment isn’t meandering through the winding paths, you can enjoy the festivities at a number of seasonal shows. “Jingle Fest” combines Christmas characters, caroling, dancing and food. You know that is definitely a must see.

A featured show at Cypress Gardens, “The Living Nativity” presents a wondrous, live musical account of the miracle of Christmas. If you want a romantic seasonal story, then the warmth of “A Holiday Homecoming” should be on your to do list. Bringing the Garden’s ice rink to life, “An Old Fashioned Christmas On Ice” features spectacular twists, turns and amazing grace…all on the ice set to a remarkable holiday soundtrack.

Jubilee Junction is home to many holiday treats and also features Dr. Christmas, the resident storyteller. The “Kringles” display takes guests young and old on the journey of “Santa Through History.” Then to top it all off, visit the jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus.

So celebrate Christmas this year “as it SHOULD be” at Cypress Gardens Adventure Park. While you’re at it, get your tickets at the prices you should pay only at!


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