I suspect most people enjoy seeing the Holiday Light Displays in their neighborhoods, and around Carlsbad, including the Village. It’s such a special and colorful time of year.
There are plentiful decorations at the shopping centers, of course. But it’s pretty impressive to see what some homeowners do with exterior decorations and lights at their homes.
Do you do anything or just enjoy what others have?
In Carlsbad Village I really enjoy how the Twin Towers on Carlsbad Boulevard are lit up every year. In particular I like the lights on the palm trees (photo below is from a couple of years ago).
And of course I always enjoy seeing the Holiday Tree at the Carlsbad Village Faire (300 Carlsbad Village Drive) all lit up. As you may know (and perhaps attended) the Annual Lighting was last Sunday December 5th.
Legoland Carlsbad offers lots of twinkling lights, and a huge LEGO Christmas tree. Expect seasonal music, entertainment and much more through January 9th, 2022. Check out their website for information on tickets, hotel information, and more.
PRIVATE HOME LIGHT DISPLAYS
But if you want free, Carlsbad has several homes that are highly decorated for all to enjoy. Here are some stand-outs (but just about any street has homes with lights):
The home at 7607 Romeria Street in Carlsbad is known as the Carlsbad Christmas House. This display is in south Carlsbad/La Costa, east of El Camino Real and south off La Costa Avenue. You can enjoy this home’s decorations from December 2nd through the 26th.
6646 Elegant Tern Place in South Carlsbad, is in the Tesoro de Aviara community. You can enjoy this display from December 3rd until January 3rd.
3520 Corte Ramon is in the Meadowood community between Melrose Drive and Rancho Santa Fe Road. I’m not sure of the dates but I’d expect at least through Christmas.
6774 Vermarine Court, in the La Costa Greens neighborhood, has a light show that’s synchronized to music, through December 31st.
Here’s a list of light displays in the San Diego area.
Do you have any favorite light displays in your neighborhood…maybe even your own? Please feel free to share.