Here’s where to safely watch New Year’s Eve fireworks in Central Florida to ring in 2021

Here’s where to safely watch New Year’s Eve fireworks in Central Florida to ring in 2021

Celebrating the end of what’s been a tumultuous and challenging year may sound like an exciting prospect, but many places will not be ringing in the new year like they usually do because of COVID-19 restrictions.

While Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Icon Park will not be hosting their traditional fireworks extravaganzas, other parks and attractions across Central Florida will. Here’s where you can safely watch fireworks in Central Florida.

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SeaWorld

SeaWorld will be hosting multiple countdowns and fireworks displays at 6:30 p.m., 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and midnight, allowing guests of all ages to ring in the start of a new year.

Every hour from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Sesame Street Land will host a special New Year’s Eve countdown celebration and a physically distanced DJ dance party.

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Legoland

The Kids’ New Year’s Eve fireworks kicks off at 8 p.m. Thursday. The fireworks will transform into bursts of LEGO bricks right before your eyes.

Fun Spot

Fun Spot’s “HUGE” fireworks display kicks off around midnight New Year’s Eve.

Mount Dora

Downtown Mount Dora will host live music, food, drinks and fireworks beginning at midnight.

Avalon Park

Avalon Park in Orlando will host free fireworks at midnight.

Walt Disney World

Although Disney World isn’t doing its usual fireworks display, hotel guests will be able to see a pre-recorded fireworks show from the comfort and safety of their rooms.

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