Christmas light displays in the St. Louis area


ST. LOUIS – It’s Christmas time and that means fun family holiday activities: seeing lights, ice skating, drinking hot cocoa, etc.

FOX 2 has created a list of the fun Christmas light experiences that are still happening in the St. Louis area.

WonderLight’s Christmas World Wide Technology Raceway

  • November 20 – January 3
  • Tickets: $7 per person, carload pass is $30 (up to seven passengers)

St. Charles Family Arena Lots of Lights

  • November 27 – January 2
  • Tickets: $25 per car

Grant’s Farm Holiday Fun Drive-Thru Experience

  • November 27 – December 31
  • Tickets: $40 per car

Garden Glow at Missouri Botanical Garden

  • November 11 – January 2
  • Tickets: $14 – $18 for adults, $3 – $10 for kids

Santa’s Magical Kingdom

  • November 20 – January 10
  • Tickets: $25 – $40

Winter Wonderland at Tilles Park

  • November 20 – January 2
  • Tickets: $10 family car, $55 two-person carriage

Way of Lights at Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

  • November 20 – December 31
  • Lights, animal rides, snacks, and gift shop
  • Free admission

U.S. Bank Wild Lights at the Saint Louis Zoo

  • November 27 – January 2
  • Tickets: $9.95 – $12.95

Holiday in the Park at Six Flags St. Louis

  • November 21 – January 3
  • North Pole Story Time, Visit with Santa, Photos, S’mores
  • Tickets: $25

Festival of Lights in Kiener Plaza

  • Friday and Saturday nights, November 20 – December 26
  • Free admission

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