If you’re wondering how to decorate your home for Christmas in San Diego, you aren’t alone. You may have heard of the season of lights at SeaWorld, Lakeside, or Carlsbad. But how do you find them? Here are a few ideas.
Escondido Canterbury Gardens Santa
Canterbury Gardens is a store in the Brookside Winery that will help you decorate your home for Christmas. This store has been open for 37 years and offers nostalgic gifts and unique finds. This store is one of the most popular in Escondido. However, you may want to plan ahead to save money. The store will be closed for the season starting January 1, 2020. Fortunately, there are other places to get in the Christmas spirit in Escondido.
The Escondido Canterbury Gardens have many Christmas decorations. You’ll find everything from trees to ornaments. You can even see a train display which adds to the whimsical atmosphere. While you’re there, don’t forget to visit Santa! He’ll be at the park every night through December 27, from 5 PM to 10 PM.
The Canterbury Gardens store offers everything you need to decorate your home for the holidays, from holiday figurines and stockings to Christmas trees. They also sell ornaments by Christopher Radko and Old World Christmas Ornaments. The shop’s owners don’t share their sales figures, but they can easily top 1,000 customers on a weekend.
At 9325 Pebble Beach Dr., the house has a full light display and is set to music. It also has a nativity scene. The full light show can be enjoyed from your yard or home. The lights will move to the beat of music, making your holiday decorations even more festive.
Carlsbad’s season of lights
There are many options for decorating your home for Christmas in Carlsbad. You can choose to purchase decorations from local vendors, such as the Carlsbad Holiday Bazaar hosted by EVRBOTTLE. This local event promotes the area and helps the local economy. Live entertainment is also provided by food trucks. Local businesses sell handcrafted gifts and apparel.
The center of holiday celebrations is the Carlsbad Village. Students from Carlsbad High School will perform Christmas music, offer discounts at local restaurants, and provide holiday specials at local merchants. In addition, there will be photo ops with Santa and a Pet Parade on December 10th.
The Carlsbad Christmas House, located at 7607 Romeria Street, is another excellent choice for holiday decor. The home is filled with lights and animated characters, including Snoopy. The fake snow machine allows anyone in Southern California to feel as if they are in a winter wonderland. The house is open from Dec. 4-31 from 5 to 9 pm.
VICKY’S FLORAL DESIGN is a great choice for local florists in Carlsbad. The store carries seasonal floral arrangements and gifts. Poinsettia wreaths and plants are great ways of spreading holiday cheer. They make great party decorations.
Season of lights at Lakeside
If you love holiday displays, you’ll love Lakeside’s season of lights. More than 20 houses will decorate for the holidays. The holiday display runs nightly from 5pm to 10pm. At night, enjoy the dazzling lights and holiday music. The San Diego Zoo will also be in holiday mode from January 1st. Besides its holiday light display, the zoo will also feature costumed characters and live music. Balboa Park also offers holiday cheer.
You can also check out the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights. This annual parade will return in 2021. The New Year’s Eve Movie On The Beach is another highlight of the season. Also, don’t miss the San Diego Toys for Tots event, which takes place at the Del Mar Racetrack. Del Mar Village also holds the North Pole by the Sea tree lighting. Santa will be present to greet children at the event. Other events include the Mother Goose Parade on Main Street, and the Chanukah Menorah of Gratitude.
SeaWorld’s Season of Lights
SeaWorld is an animal theme park and marine mammal park in San Diego, California. The park consists of several different sections, including the oceanarium and the outdoor aquarium. Located inside Mission Bay Park, the park is run by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
SeaWorld transforms into an idyllic winter wonderland during the holiday season. The park features holiday shows, animal encounters, as well as more than a million holiday lights. Visitors are also treated to holiday music and festive food. There’s even a 30-foot Christmas tree and faux snowfall in Jingle Bell Square.
SeaWorld San Diego’s season of lights features a new variety of entertainment. Guests are advised to check the park schedule for specific performances and events. The Cirque Neon show is a new theatrical production that features spectacular makeup and world-beat music. Ignite Fireworks is another exciting display that brings the vibrant colors of the sea to life.
SeaWorld San Diego offers several different light shows throughout the night. The holiday lights are a great way for people to feel festive. The Christmas shoppe features a festive atmosphere, while the Tunnel of Lights features more than 5,000 lights. The lights are lit by a DJ, dance music, and guests are invited to join the fun.
Guests can purchase a map online or in-park to participate in a fun-filled holiday adventure. You can use the map to solve a holiday puzzle. Those who complete the challenge will be eligible to win a souvenir pin and a special gift. The Skytower Tree of Lights is also back this season with holiday fireworks and a special sea lion show. The park is also decorated in Christmas trees. In addition to the giant Christmas tree, there are other trees scattered throughout the park.
You can also participate in the nighttime show, Winter Wonderland on Ice. This show is held in the Nautilus Amphitheater and is a highlight of the SeaWorld San Diego Christmas celebration. It is open Tuesday to Sunday, except Mondays.
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