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Things to do for the Christmas and holiday season in the Tampa area

2021 Holiday events and activities near Tampa FL

It’s that time of year again. The days of this 2021 calendar are just whizzing by and we are fast approaching the holiday season. U.S. Auto Sales is here to help you plan what you are going to do with our 2021 list of holiday events and activities near Tampa, FL. Of course, there is so much to do, but these are some of our favorites and some things that you may not want to miss. Remember, if you’re looking for a car this holiday and Christmas season, feel free to check out our inventory at U.S. Auto Sales. With numerous locations throughout the southeastern United States including Tampa, we are bound to have a great option for you.


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Busch Gardens Christmas

It’s Busch Gardens and it’s Christmas time. This just may be the perfect combination with the Busch Gardens Christmas Town! The schedule is full of events from now until January 2nd. Don’t miss the festive shows, the holiday eats, or another chance to get that perfect Christmas gift. Of course, don’t forget to take a ride on a roller coaster through all the beautiful lights!

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Tampa River Holiday Fest

The Tampa River Holiday Fest is a one-weekend affair opening at noon on December 11th and running until 7 p.m. December 12th, it will open again at 10 a.m. and run until 6 p.m. It is an “open-air festival” that will have so many local goods, arts, crafts, foods, music, and more all from curated local vendors. Missing a gift? This is your perfect chance to go Christmas shopping.

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Curtis Hixton Winter Village

There are so many events happening at the Winter Village, that you may want to go multiple times. Don’t miss the tree lighting on December 4th or the Holiday lighted Boat parade on December 18th. The Winter Village is free to attend, and you can also hit the ice rink for just $17 which includes skate rental. The festivities have already begun and will continue until January 2nd.

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