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buzzchamp
06-09-2013, 01:10 PM
I want to make sure its worth spending a day there if we go :) it looks pretty close but what is there at celebration to actually do?

Slowhand
06-09-2013, 01:24 PM
I reckon it`s worth a trip to Celebration, although whether it warrants a full day there is debatable.
There are several quiant shops and places to eat, all of which are located near to Market Street in the town centre.
You could take a pleasant walk around the lake, with a few detours along the several paths which form a sort of nature trail, but apart from that, there`s not a tremendous amount of things to do there.
If you fancy dinner there, I would highly recommend the Columbia Restaurant. :thumbsup:

Celebration is nice during the festive season when they have "snow" falling in Market Street on the hour, and you can take sleigh rides or meet Father Christmas and listen to the carols etc.

Tink
06-09-2013, 05:41 PM
Yep, it's essentially just a little place to live with some cutesy shops and a few places to eat. Spend a whole day there? Not unless there is a day long festival going on. Otherwise it's a stroll around the common areas before dinner or after lunch. Most shops close up early in the evening.

lisaw
06-09-2013, 06:31 PM
I love Celebration and its a lovely place for a fairly short visit. There are a few nice shops to wander around and the lake area is great to sit with a coffee, the restaurants are nice and we like to have a drive around the streets looking at houses I would love but can't have! Had a very nice half hour this past trip with the lady in the visitor centre, she had a gorgeous rescue dog who was very timid so my kids went in her office to try to socialise her a bit, they could have stayed there all day! :D

lozzy
07-09-2013, 01:52 PM
We went there in 2007 and also went on this visit, we only spend an hour there walking about and being amazed at how much it has changed in the passed 6 years.
Worth a visit but not worth planning a day there,