New production of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker takes over Miami this December.
Art Basel In Miami 2018

The Holidays are Magical In Miami

The holiday season in Miami is magical, no matter your age. This year will be no different, as guests and locals come together to celebrate with some of Miami’s top events of 2018.

Santa’s Enchanted Forest Snowman made from sand on the beach

Santa's Enchanted Forest is one of the most beloved holiday attractions in Miami. From November 1st through January 6th, kids and adults descend upon Tropical Park, the world’s largest holiday theme park and carnival, for an unmatched experience. With over 100 rides, interactive games, shows, adventure experiences, attractions and delicious food, it’s a true winter wonderland, to say the least. We hear Saint Nick himself tends to make an appearance, too!

Miami Lantern Festival

A six-week celebration (November 30, 2018-January 20, 2019) of Chinese culture, the Miami Lantern Festival features massive lanterns, dazzling lights, incredible performances and a variety of food options. While adults can shop and pick up some homemade souvenirs for their holiday shopping list, kids can go on rides, try to solve the Forbidden City Maze and take part in a scavenger hunt.

Zoo Lights

Zoo Lights, which takes place on Fridays and Saturdays this season from November 23-December 29, 2018 is an unmatched opportunity to experience the Miami Zoo up-close and personal. The whole family can enjoy animal encounters, interactive musical performances, take photos with Santa and ride Snowman’s River Boat.

The holidays in Miami are a magical time. If you’re visiting for the holiday season, the Hilton Miami Downtown is ideally suited to be your host. We’re conveniently located near many attractions, great restaurants, South Beach and more. Book your stay with us today for an unforgettable holiday trip to Miami.


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