Morse Museum's Tiffany windows light up Winter Park's Central Park for annual Christmas in the Park


No local holiday tradition is as downright – well, traditional – as Winter Park’s annual Christmas in the Park celebration. The Morse Museum sets up beautiful, century-old Tiffany stained glass windows in Central Park to set the mood, while the Bach Festival Choir and Brass Ensemble perform holiday favorites on the Central Park stage. It’s a good idea to head down early to find parking and throw down a blanket to stake your claim on the best spot. And if your holiday traditions involve a bit of liquid cheer, take heart: The park is allowing you to bring your own adult beverages for this special occasion.

6:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 | Central Park, Garfield and Park avenues, Winter Park | | free

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