World of Nations Celebration
World of Nations Celebration
The World of Nations Celebration is an International and multicultural festival of arts, cuisine, and music.. The celebration is a cultural destination that provides festivalgoers with wonderful sights, sounds, and tastes from a diverse array of nations, all within their reach. Each year, the celebration hosts dozens of booths featuring arts and crafts as well as authentic food from various world nations. Attendees are encouraged to showcase their own heritage and culture by dressing up in folk attrire while learning more about the diversity found on our planet.
Tickets are not currently on sale for the 2019 event.
This is a rain or shine event, tickets are non-refundable.
Due to enhanced security measures, the following items are not permitted: Outside food and drinks, coolers, pets (with the exception of service animals), bikes, skates, drones and weapons.
Field Trip Day
World of Nations Celebration Field Trip Day presented by Water Ventures
Field Trip Day presented by Water Ventures gives students exclusive access to students on Friday, February 22 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Elementary and middle school age students are invited to experience the sights, sounds and tastes from more than 30 countries from around the globe. Upon entry to the park, students and chaperones will be given a World of Nations Celebration Tour Guide. This guide will provide interesting information about each country along with a travel map to assist students navigate to each country. It can also be used as a passport!
Admission for students is $5 per student and chaperones are free. A "Meal & Drink" ticket is available for purchase for $5 per student.
All attendees must be registered through a school to attend the World of Nations Field Trip Day presented by Water Ventures on Friday, February 22. Field Trip Day is not open to the public.
Registration will open in October. Keep checking our website for updated information.
The World of Nations Celebration takes great pride in its long tradition of providing an outstanding educational experience for its visitors. This exciting journey allows attendees to experience the rich cultural tradition and unique heritage of nations and regions such as:
Bahamas | Cambodia | China | Colombia | Cuba | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | France | Ghana | Haiti | Honduras India | Jamaica | Japan | Mexico | Nigeria | Palestine | Peru | Philippines | Poland | Puerto Rico | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | St. Lucia | Syria | Taiwan | Trinidad & Tobago | Turkey | USVI | Vietnam
If you are a cultural non-profit organization interested in presenting your country's heritage, food, and more at the World of Nations Celebration, please contact our office at (904) 630-3690.
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