ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld Orlando has unveiled plans for this year's Christmas Celebration, which begins Nov. 10. The event will include some returning offerings as well as a new holiday show. 

What You Need To Know

  • SeaWorld Orlando's Christmas Celebration begins Nov. 10 with returning favorites and a new holiday show

  • Mrs. Claus' Magic Kitchen is a new addition this year and will have performances at the parks Seaport Theater

  • Other offerings include the Sea of Trees display, O Wondrous Nights, the Sesame Street Christmas Parade and the Holiday Reflections fireworks show

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Mrs. Claus' Magic Kitchen is a new live show that will have performances at the park's Seaport Theater. It will follow Mrs. Claus as she attempts to navigate the world of social media while baking holiday treats. 

Also new this year is the Christmas Market in the Wild Arctic Plaza, which will feature treats, merchandise and live music. 

Returning offerings will include the light-up Sea of Trees display on the park's lagoon, the O Wondrous Night stage show, the Winter Wonderland on Ice show, the Sesame Street Christmas Parade, Rudolph's Christmas Town and the end-of-night fireworks show Holiday Reflections.

During the day, park visitors will also be able to ice skate at Bayside Stadium for a fee.  

The park will also be decorated with more than three million lights to transform it into a glowing winter wonderland. 

SeaWorld also shared the menu of food offerings that will be available during the holiday season. New items this year will include a Jolly Philly cheesesteak, festive BBQ pulled pork and waffle, mistletoe lamb chops, strawberries and cream beignets and rustic gingerbread cake. 

The park will also celebrate other holidays during the event, including Hanukkah (Dec. 7-15), Kwanzaa (Dec.26-Jan. 1) and New Year's Eve. 

SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration runs select dates through Jan. 2 and is included with park admission.

For more information, visit seaworldorlando.com