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Festival Of Trees Returns To Orlando Museum Of Art

it's going to look a lot like Christmas soon at The Orlando Museum of Art in Downtown Orlando, as the 36th Annual Festival of Trees returns November 11 - 20, 2022.

Presented by the Council of 101, and sponsored by Orlando Health, Orlando's Festival Of Trees is a local tradition where guests stroll through the museum, with a feeling of being transported back to a time of old-fashioned holiday gatherings.

This year's theme is Gifts Of The Season, celebrating the gifts of time, talent, and heart from the Central Florida community.

“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.”

Visitors will view over 50 designer-inspired decorated trees, stylish holiday wreaths, exceptional gingerbread houses, entertaining and design concepts and more, all available for purchase.

Enjoy holiday shopping experiences, holiday pop-up shops, daily entertainmentand have lunch in the on-site café.

Events complimenting the festivities include an opening night black-tie optional gala and tree lighting, Breakfast with Santa, a children’s Reindeer Romp Party and the special family weekend focus highlighting an ugly sweater red carpet walk and competition.

Festival of Trees is one of the events, created and executed by Council of 101, that makes it possible for the organization to donate more than $13 million since the organization’s inception, in 1965.

Funds contributed by Council of 101 focus on the corporate lease art acquisitions and educational programs at the Orlando Museum of Art as outreach to the Central Florida community.


Adult: $20

Children: $12 (3-12)

Senior: $12 (60+)

Military personnel and first responders with ID: $12

For more details check out the museums website.


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