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Best Places to See Christmas Lights in Northern California

by Guest Author 13 December 2017 13:10

One fond, warm memory many people have is viewing Christmas lights during the Holiday season, whether you are visiting a new place or would like to start a tradition of your own. Northern California is home to multi-acre lights, fun home displays, world renowned display, and so much more. Here are some of the best places to see this holiday season.

Old Sacramento

History, shopping, and entertainment all in one spot! During anytime of the year you can view old trains, underground tunnels, and fun shops that you will not see just anywhere. However, during December the whole place is lit up. Every few days they also have the Theatre of Lights show. This is where they have all the buildings lit up in a Christmas theme. On top of that you and your children can buy a ticket to ride on the Polar Express. Tickets sell out quickly so plan ahead!

Global Winter Wonderland at the Cal Expo

Experience more than a light show here. You will get an international light show with food options from around the world. This 17 acre wonderland is filled with vibrant colors and plenty to see. In addition to the amazing lights and food, there are live performances for your viewing pleasure. If you choose only one light show to see this year, this would be the ultimate one. It’s so big you can see if from the highway.

Union Square in San Francisco

A walk around San Francisco is almost always entertaining and fun. During December, it is mesmerizing with twinkling lights, carolers, and other things to add to your memory. Once you view the lights there, you can always catch a cable car and view the lights around the city in a different way.

Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco

Tired of walking around in the cold? This light display is inside! Inside of the Fairmont Hotel is there world famous two-story gingerbread house. Yes, actual gingerbread! Besides viewing the culinary masterpiece, there is a train that has had its track extended this year for children to enjoy. If you are a tea drinker, you can also schedule a Christmas tea time.

Christmas Tree Lane in Alameda

This light display started in 1938 and each home has its own unique light display. Not only do they have lights but the Girl Scouts show up to sell treats and Santa is there. You can do a one stop Christmas experience without a mall line.

Zoolights in Oakland

Viewing the animals during the day is fun but how would you like to view them at night? You can view the lights and the animals that are normally out at night. You can walk around and take in the view or ride on the Outback Express train.

Whatever you choose to do for your Holiday fun, we want you to be able to find everything that you need. Visit myyp.com to find places to eat, hotels to stay at, and so much more.

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