Socially Distanced Holiday Fun at Icon Park in Orlando


Orlando’s easy to access entertainment destination, ICON Park, is now open in accordance with Governor Ron DeSantis’ “Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step” reopening plan that began on May 4th, 2020.

Park hours are from 10am-2am daily. Hours for The Wheel and most other attractions can be foundhere. Please refer to individual locations to confirm hours of operation.

Due to local health guidelines effective 6/20/2020, all guests are required to wear face coverings while visiting ICON Park.

Central Florida is already in holiday mode! Christmas Music is playing 24/7 on Magic 107.7, Sleigh-bells are ringing and Jolly old St. Nicholas is making his way to ICON Park!

From November 6th through December 24th, ICON Park will be transformed into a winter wonderland completed with all of your favorite festivities.

In between checking that famous list of his, Santa Claus will be happy to stop and take some memorable, mask-free photos with your family. While it may seem a bit “Grinchy” that Santa’s lap is unavailable for sitting, the elves have whipped up some photo magic that will make it appear as if you’re standing right next to him!

On the photo set, a plexiglass barrier will be set up on Santa’s chair between the big man himself and the children. They will be able to have all of the same interaction and connection as normal, but without the direct contact. Plus, Santa’s elves have magically made the plexiglass barrier completely invisible in the photos.

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Once you’ve waved goodbye to Santa, it’s time to take flight! While Rudolph and his reindeer friends are busy preparing for their Christmas Eve world tour, our friend The Wheel is happy to sail you through the seasonal skies. Aboard your very own, Christmassy capsule you’ll revel in the spirit of the holidays as you cruise over a skyline dressed in twinkling lights!

Don't forget to turn on Magic 107.7 on your way to ICON park!

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