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Van Gogh Exhibit and More Things to Do in Orlando This Weekend!

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There‘s so much to be thankful for this weekend!

Welcome back, Orlando! Whether you‘re looking to nourish your inner artist, satisfy your need to explore or feast on amazing vegan bites, there is something around town for everyone!

We‘re glad you‘re back to find out all the best things to do in Orlando this weekend—so, keep scrolling to discover our best picks.

Let‘s GOGH—
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Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

The long-awaited exhibit is finally coming to Orlando this Friday—and will be here to stay awhile. Immerse yourself in authentic Van Gogh pieces, from his brightest strokes of paint to his darkest of colors. 

With 500,000 cubic feet projections, you‘re welcome to wander on your next unique date, ladies‘ night, solo expedition, friend event or family outing! The exhibition was previously rescheduled from earlier in the fall, so you may have to reserve another time if you‘ve already bought tickets! 

🗓 Nov 26—JAN 9 | Various dates and times
📍Orange County Convention Center
🎟 Starting at $39.99

How about a Thanksgiving Dinner everyone can love?
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Vegan Thanksgiving - Grateful Gathering

Join together for the most inclusive Thanksgiving meal in Orlando! Sponsored by Persimmon Hollow Brewing Company and Orlando Bearded Vegan, the Vegan Thanksgiving Celebration is set for Saturday, Nov. 27.

There‘s something for everyone at the Grateful Gathering—with live music, local crafts, and free admission.

🗓 Nov 27 | 12PM—6PM
📍 Persimmon Hollow Brewing Company
🎟 Free

Looking for more Thanksgiving events? Check out these events to celebrate in Orlando!

Explore the world, without leaving the City Beautiful—
Fusionfest Van Gogh Exhibit And More Things To Do In Orlando This Weekend! 2022
FusionFest 20201

Fun for the whole family, this completely free festival brings 110 unique cultures together to share dance, music, food, art, and so much more. FusionFest 20201 is a 2-day weekend event, held from 10 AM to 8 PM on Saturday and from 12 to 6 PM on Sunday!

Found on the Frontyard Festival at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Art, enjoy unique shows, interactive experiences, and a diverse marketplace.

🗓 Nov 26 | 10AM—8PM
Nov 27 | 12PM—6PM
📍 Frontyard Festival
🎟  Free

Get a jump on holiday shopping—and support small businesses!
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Shop Small Sip and Stroll

Support Small Business Saturday on November 27th. With a $15 ticket, you can sip on boutique wine, cider and craft beer samples throughout the Audubon district. Walk your way through the boutique market, starting on Corrine Drive and enjoy eateries throughout the area for holiday-themed food.

Time to spruce things up for the holidays—
Jingle Trees

Kicking things off for the holidays, Jingle Trees brings the most ornately decorated trees in Ivanhoe Village.

With nearly 80 trees nestled in Gaston Edwards Park, you can get roam through each sponsored tree, kid-friendly activities, costumed Nutcracker characters meet-and-greets, photo opportunities with Santa, and so much more. Proceeds benefit the Russian Ballet in Orlando.

🗓 NOV 27—DEC 27
📍 Historic Downtown Longwood
🎟 Jingle Trees, Scavenger Hunt, and Storybook Reading | Free
Photos with Santa | $25
Nutcracker Tea Party | $25

"Yule" be sorry if you miss out on these holiday events!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving, Orlando!

Whether you‘re counting days until the weekend—or waiting until the holidays start—we hope you have an incredible time!  Tag us  @StuffToDoInOrlando on InstagramFacebook and TikTok.  

Adriana Rodrigues Oswald

Adriana Rodrigues Oswald

Adriana is a City Manager for UNATION and author of the Stuff to Do in Orlando City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Orlando area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinOrlando on Instagram and Facebook.

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