Most people come to Florida to escape the bitterly cold north during the winter months, while some locals are having some serious FOMO at the thought of building snowmen and having a day off from work or school. And while it may not be enough to get you out of your daily obligations, there are actually plenty of places in Florida where you can see “snow”!
If you’re needing a little extra nudge to get into the holiday spirit, or you can’t travel aboard to see real snow this year, then you can pay a visit to the places on this list and experience some Floridian snow instead.
When: November 28th through December 31st
Address: The town of Celebration, FL
Why You Need To Go: Along with ice skating and other winter activities, it's already snowing nightly in Celebration and will continue to the end of the year!
Address: 7007 Sea World Dr, Orlando, FL
Why You Need To Go: The Shoppes at The Waterfront will be sprinkled with snow every evening during park hours, so catch them while you can!
Light Up UCF
When: November 22 through January 5
Address: 12777 Gemini Blvd N Orlando, FL
Why You Need To Go: Along with snow flurries, there are tons of fun attractions like ice skating, Ferris wheel, and classic movie showings!
Festival Of Lights
When: December 4 - 24, 2019 4:00 pm - 8:00
Address: Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, 11016 Lillian Saunders Drive White Springs, FL
Why You Need To Go: A great place to see snow, roast marshmallows, and behold beautiful light displays!
When: November 15 Through
Address: 223 S Palafox Place, Pensacola, FL
Why You Need To Go: Each night has different fun winter activities, like a Polar Express mini-tour, elf parade and fireworks, and Santa's puppy party! Check the website for which events are free and which have fees.
Enchant Christmas St. Petersburg
When: November 22 - December 29
Address: 1 Tropicana Drive Saint Petersburg, FL
Why You Need To Go: The World's Largest Christmas Light Maze is coming to St. Pete this month, as well as a market of local artisans, an ice skating trail, and of course, snow!