Over one million lights create holiday enchantment the whole family will treasure at The Lights of Christmas. Don't miss this Northwest holiday tradition, 5-10 p.m. December 5-8, 12-15, 18-23, 26-29.
The Lights of Christmas nightly festival includes live music, story-telling, a petting farm, pony rides, train rides, local art, gifts, meals, and snacks. Visitors can shop for Christmas gifts, sip lattes, munch hot fresh donuts, listen to carolers, experience the larger-than-life nativity, and visit with Santa Claus or Bruce the Spruce, Washington State’s only talking Christmas tree.
The Starry Night Coffeehouse will be open every night of the event. Visitors can get a fresh cup of coffee, listen to live music or find a comfortable chair to sit and visit. The Joyland Ornament Shoppe offers young and old alike the joy of making their own keepsake ornament.
Overnight accommodations allow visitors a chance to relax after an evening of holiday festivities in one of six holiday-themed facilities. A hot breakfast in the morning sends everyone home with a smile.
A dinner theater presentation called Back Home on the Tumblin’ D is available on select nights, starting at $39 per person. The show can also be seen at a dessert matinee starting at $24 on select Sunday afternoons. General admission nightly festival is $15 for adults age 13 to 59, $11 for military personnel and seniors 60 and older, $10 for children ages 4 to 12, and free for children 3 and younger.
For more information, visit www.WarmBeachLights.com or call 800.228-6724.