Best Christmas Light Displays In The Los Angeles Area

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Check Out These Light Displays


With the holiday season in full swing, it is the perfect time to visit all of the beautiful light displays in your community. Make sure to bring the whole family to check out all of these dazzling Christmas light displays in the Los Angeles area.


The Los Angeles Zoo Wild for Lights event lights up Griffith Park for the first time since 2009. Visit the zoo between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. while the animals are asleep and enjoy the magical winter jungle that includes lasers, lights, and interactive displays. There are LED “monkeys” that lead you through “only in Los Angeles” display, as well as giant snowflakes, and holiday themed treats.


The Grove in Los Angeles features the biggest tree in the area that is complete with Santa and his reindeer that fly across the sky. The fountain water dances to holiday music during the season and is sure to get you in the holiday spirit.


Christmas Tree Lane in Altadena is one of the oldest and largest Christmas light displays in the country. Make sure to stop by the Balian House, which is a 4-acre property that is decorated with over 10,000 lights and Christmas decorations. All of the lights in the area are filled with holiday cheer!


Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is full of glamour. The brightly lit storefronts and displays are the perfect way to celebrate the season. Make sure to stop by Rodeo Two, the pedestrian street between Wilshire Boulevard and Dayton Way to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus.


Thoroughbred Lane in Alta Loma/Rancho Cucamonga features million dollar homes with different themes perfectly decorated and features a Christmas light show. Popcorn, hot chocolate, churros and more are available.

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