With all the sewer construction going on in Griffith Park right now, the traditional holiday lights put on by the LADWP were canceled this year. But there are a few options in the Los Angeles area still worth checking out!
Train Rides and Santa at Travel Town Museum
Take a Holiday Train Ride and visit with Santa Claus himself at the Travel Town Museum in Griffith Park, where they’ve got the train route decorated with all sorts of holiday lights. The train rides go through December 23, leaving around 5:00 pm each night until 8:00 pm.
Tickets are $7.00 per person (infants 18 months and under are free) – which you should probably purchase ahead of time online. While you can purchase them at the Travel Town ticket booth, things might get a little crowded!
Digital photographs with Santa are available for $5.00 each. Kids will also get a candy cane!
Click here for more info.
Christmas Tree Lane in Altadena
So you’ll have to get on a freeway to get there, but it’ll delight the kids to see a real pretty Christmas Tree Lane. A bonus: It goes through January 1! Click here for more info and for directions.
For other holiday lights and events around Los Angeles and as far as Orange County, check out this Santa Clarita web page.
Where will the desire for twinkling holiday lights take you this year?