Christmas Parties 2019 in Miami Florida
Whether you visit the zoo to watch the animals open their presents or see wonderfully decorated boasts cruise down the domestic waterways, Christmas in Miami provides fun for every person. So, for those who do not mind trading snow for sand, Miami may be holiday location for you.
Winterfest Boat Parade
The Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest boat parade take places in Fort Lauderdale downtown, approximately twenty-five miles north of Miami, on 15 December 2018. The 2.5-hour event provides a magical moment along the intercostals waterways, featuring festively decorated boasts that move a twelve miles route to Lake Santa Barbara in Pompano Beach. Kayaks, sailboats, and even business mega yachts are all adored with 1000s of festive flights. Incredible place to rent a Santa and have come join everyone at this wonderful boat parade for Christmas.
The yearly Christmas tree lighting at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami officially begins the holiday season on the day after Thanksgiving. The fifty-foot tree is covered with 1000s of festival lights that bring cheer to Miami Flagler Promenade between New Year’s Eve and Thanksgiving. The tree-lighting ceremony is accompanied by holiday music. The event is free to attend, but restricted parking needs a fee.
The Miami zoo come alive for lights of Zoo, the yearly holiday event that lights up the zoo’s grounds. Dozens of animal-shaped lights line the walkways, and 3D glasses are offered for the complete effect. Visitors can take camel rides, go down the hippo slide, and the ride horses on the carousel. You can even watch the animals open their gifts.
Festivities at the deering estate
The festivities start with the Festival of Trees (30 November 2018 via 4 January 2019) that presents the decorated grounds and historic houses. Enjoy warm cookies and chocolate, and the sounds of carolers while wandering via the estate.
Santa and his elves pay a yearly visit to the Deering estate stone house ballroom to read classic holiday stories and pose for images. Kids can also take part in holiday crafts and arts activities
Santa’s Enchanted Forest
This Miami holiday theme park open from 1 November 2018 through 6 January 2019, this venue has been a South Holiday tradition for more than thirty years. The full family will enjoy the holiday show, holiday displays, Christmas karaoke, and the tallest tree in South Florida. There are also magic shows, a freestyle motocross event, a circus, an aerial performance, thrill rides for huge and pretty kids, carnival and animal shows.