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3 Common Myths About Celebration
Myth: Celebration is part of The Walt Disney Company.

Fact: The town is located on a tract of land that once was owned by The Walt Disney Company, but it is now part of Kissimmee.

Myth: Celebration is a gated community.

Fact: There are no gated areas in Celebration—anyone is welcome to visit any part of the community. However, use of recreation facilities are restricted to residents.

Myth: The wildlife in Celebration is audio-animatronic.

Fact: All the animals in Celebration are real. Visitors often spot birds, turtles, fish, deer and alligators.

Celebration offers year-round events, including nightly snow falls during the holidays, car shows, concerts, food festivals and holiday happenings. To see what’s happening in Celebration during your visit, check out ExperienceKissimmee.com/Celebration

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