Night of a Million Lights was named the “Number One Thing to Do in December in Orlando” by USA Today last year when it came to Kissimmee Florida for the first time (Give Kids the World)!
This event allows guests to walk and ride through a village full of Christmas lights, and it’s coming back this year for a second time!
Give Kids the World is a nonprofit resort in Central Florida “that provides critically ill children and their families with magical weeklong wish vacations at no cost.”
During November and December, they host the Night of a Million Lights, which has a fairytale neighborhood with a dancing lights show, a sparkling tree trail, music and holiday treats, a tram ride through the storybook Village, a holiday marketplace, and more!
The event begins on Friday, November 12th and lasts through Sunday January 2nd. It runs every night in that time from 5PM to 10PM with staggered entry times for guests. You can get tickets now on the Give Kids the World website! We went last year and saw tons of decorated villas sponsored by different companies…
…the Enchanted Carousel attraction…
…and Santa and Mrs. Clause!
Ticket prices vary according to the date, with Standard nights costing $25/adult and $15/kids (ages 3 to 17). Peak nights (weekends and days close to holidays) are $35/adult and $18/kids, and Holiday nights (Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Years Eve, and New Years) are $40/adult and $20/kids. Kids 2 years old and younger do not need a ticket. All proceeds from this event go to Give Kids the World to help them continue providing free week-long vacations to critically ill children and their families.
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