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Celebrate the holiday at Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds and Sea Life Aquarium

by Banks Lee

Coca-Cola Orlando Eye holiday lights

Guests can enjoy the holiday season with the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds Orlando and Sea Life Orlando Aquarium at I-Drive 360 this year a few different ways.

Through Dec. 25, guests on the Eye can indulge in some holiday cheer at 400 feet by riding in one of four holiday capsules. Each night this month, look to the skies to observe special holiday lighting on Orlando’s iconic wheel beginning at sunset.

On Dec. 31, the observation wheel is open an extra hour for those who wish to ring in the New Year above Orlando. Last boarding takes place at 12:30 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. Tickets and boarding for the wheel are first come, first serve. For tickets, more information or to book a private capsule, visit OfficialOrlandoEye.com.

Madame Tussauds Orlando is hosting a holiday party fueled by star power. The A-List party room has been converted into an upscale and stylish holiday party, with holiday décor, special lighting and sprigs of mistletoe over the figures of Ryan Gosling, Emma Watson, Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt and more. Guests can celebrate in style by sipping on champagne and snuggle up with their favorite Hollywood celebrities. For tickets and more information, visit MadameTussauds.com/Orlando.

Sea Life Orlando Aquarium is taking a twist on a beloved holiday tradition. At select times throughout the day, the aquarium’s underwater divers will read the classic holiday story, “Twas The Night Before Christmas”, for guests at the Pacific Ocean habitat, surrounded by colorful fish and other marine life. In the spirit of the season, divers will be costumed in Santa and Elf outfits to interact with guests. Habitats throughout the aquarium will also be adorned with festive decorations. For dive show times, tickets and more information, go to VisitSeaLife.com/Orlando.

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