Calendar of EventsSummer 2021

AWE-Summer AWE-Summer

AWE-Summer

Join the party all summer long with surprises, music and fireworks. Celebrate July 4th with the only fireworks display that magically transforms into bursts of LEGO® bricks before your eyes during Red, White & BOOM! And in August, Heroes Weekend returns to entertain and teach kids about safety with a variety of fun activities in the theme park, including information from the National Fire Protection Association.

WAWA SUMMER FUN DAY Bok Tower Gardens

WAWA SUMMER FUN DAY

Enjoy complimentary admission compliments of Wawa. Committed to the communities they serve; Wawa is keeping the Gardens growing with their generous support.

Electric Ocean

Electric Ocean

When the sun goes down, the night comes to life with electrifying dance music, colorful lights and a fireworks spectacular.

RESCUE Exhibit

RESCUE Exhibit

Scaling down a sheer cliff face, communicating under thunderous chopper blades, squinting through the glare of flashing warning lights... do you have what it takes to be a hero? Through interactive exhibit pieces and the stories and testimonies of real-life heroes, guests will get a first-hand look into the technology and teamwork that goes into a rescue mission. RESCUE is included with General Admission.

  • Where: Orlando Science Center
  • When: Now – Sept. 6
  • Website: osc.org

EPCOT® International Food & Wine Festival

A magical taste tour—one that whisks you off on a fun and flavorful journey across six continents. Come sip and savor your way through many Global Marketplaces, as you delight in your favorite flavors and try plenty of new ones along the way. There’s even an entire menu of family fun including Remy’s Ratatouille-inspired scavenger hunt and Emile’s Fromage Montage. Join in this culinary wonderland brimming with fresh flavors and lively musical performances by some of your favorites: Mariachi Cobre, Voices of Liberty and JAMMinators. Entertainment and offerings subject to change without notice.

  • When: July 15 – Nov. 20
  • Phone: 407-WDW-INFO
Craft Beer Festival

Craft Beer Festival

Enjoy over 100 craft beers from breweries across the State of Florida, plus a few domestic craft favorites.

SeaWorld Spooktacular

SeaWorld Spooktacular

Trick-or-treat and meet silly Halloween characters during this family-friendly daytime event.

HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS™

HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS™

Now in its 30th year, they bring together terrifying haunted houses, sinister scare zones, outrageous live entertainment and some of the park’s most exhilarating attractions.

Design Zone

Design Zone

Discover that math isn’t just a subject in school—it’s a fundamental, creative tool that artists and engineers use to design and invent! Design Zone highlights the relationship between mathematical thinking and the creative process in art, music and engineering. Design Zone is included with General Admission.

  • Where: Orlando Science Center
  • When: Opens Sept. 26
  • Website: osc.org
Spooky Science Month Spooky Science Month

Spooky Science Month

Join all month long for spooooooky STEM activities, check out phantom-tastic live shows like Ghostflusters, and meet some creepy crawly Animal Ambassadors. Spooky Science Month is included with General Admission.

Brick or Treat Brick or Treat

Brick or Treat

Families will experience the spooky, kooky fun of this kid-friendly Halloween event! Guests will enjoy trick-or-treating with plenty of candy, seasonal shows and exclusive LEGO® characters in the ultimate kids Halloween celebration—and, it’s all included in general admission.

Orlando Magic NBA Basketball

Orlando Magic NBA Basketball

See an NBA game live! Experience the thrills of super-charged action during the season, as the Orlando Magic take on the biggest teams in the NBA. You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy an Orlando Magic game! The NBA regular season runs from October to April.

Free Admission to The Morse Museum

Free Admission to The Morse Museum

The Morse Museum is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, including the artist and designer’s jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows, and art and architectural objects from his Long Island country estate, Laurelton Hall. The Museum’s holdings also include American art pottery, late 19th- and early 20th-century American paintings, graphics, and decorative art.

Visitors may celebrate the season with familiar favorites created by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Newly added to the permanent exhibitions, and now on view, is Tiffany’s massive fireplace hood, created around 1885.

Visitors may also stroll through the Morse’s galleries to explore the recently opened exhibition Watercolors from Louis Comfort Tiffany’s “Little Arcadia” and vignette Chinese Blue and White Porcelain.

  • Where: The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
  • When: August 3rd through August 31st
  • Website: www.morsemuseum.org