With the holidays right around the corner, the festivities and tree lighting ceremonies have begun throughout Palm Beach County.
This week, the 600- ton ‘Sandi’ tree was lit on the waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach, Santa has arrived at the local malls, and many holiday markets and festivals have begun.
Also, your friendly festive neighbors have begun stringing up the trees with lights and holiday decorations for you and your family to enjoy and to get your in the holiday mood.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, here is a list of some of the best holiday light displays within a short drive of each other:
The Heights of Jupiter:
The neighborhood located just off of Donald Ross Boulevard, features dozens of homes decorated with lights, candy canes, Snowmen, Santa’s, and more. There is plenty of holiday decorations to see along Hollywood Street and Pompano Street in Jupiter.
Gabriel Lane, Lake Clarke Shores:
Gabriel Lane is located just off Forest Hill Boulevard in West Palm Beach, the normally quiet street is decorated featuring thousands of lights, inflatable holiday penguins, Santa Claus, snowmen, and more. Mostly everyone who visits, parks their cars and walks up and down the street to see all of the decorations.
Hoffman’s Chocolates Winter Wonderland:
The Lake Worth chocolate factory decorates the fountains, gardens, and gazebos with thousands of lights, electric trains, animated displays, and even visits from Santa and Mrs. Claus every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. While there make sure to get some delicious chocolate for the perfect holiday treat.
Located in West Palm, the homes in this historic neighborhood show off their lights displays along Biscayne Drive. The neighbors even challenge themselves every year by having a holiday lighting display contest to see who is the best.
Also, Florida Gardens just off of Lake Worth Road, the Bryant Park neighborhood in Lake Worth, and Tradewinds Parks in Coconut Creek (just south of Boca Raton) all decorate with thousands of lights and displays for the holiday season as well.
To read more about the holiday light displays in Palm Beach County, visit www.palmbeachpost.com.