From November 11-20, enjoy The Festival of the Trees at Orlando Museum of Art (OMA)! With the theme of “Gifts of the Season,” this year’s event will celebrate the blessings of time, talent and heart that define the Central Florida community.
Presented by the Council of 101 (a volunteer organization dedicated to the cultural development and appreciation of the visual arts in Central Florida), Festival of the Trees will include 50 designer-inspired and decorated trees, gingerbread houses, wreaths, pop-up shopping experiences, and live entertainment!
“The Festival of Trees not only brings holiday spirit and joy to the community but also ultimately supports the arts and art education at OMA,” said Linda Cegelis, president of Council of 101. “So, to bring timeless elegance and holiday tradition while supporting the arts is truly a joy for the Council of 101.”
Festival of the Trees will also include special events like an Opening Night Gala and Tree Lighting, Breakfast with Santa, and a children’s Reindeer Romp Party. For a better idea of what you might expect at this year’s event, check out this news segment featuring footage from the 35th Annual Festival of the Trees:
Tickets for Festival of the Trees start at $20 with special events priced separately. You can buy your passes starting October 1st! For more information or to plan your visit, check out councilof101.org. You can also follow Council of 101 on Instagram and Facebook.