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Holiday Light Displays In Central Oklahoma

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As you stroll the canal, enjoy the dining and shopping along downtown OKC's premier entertainment district under the gorgeous holiday lights. As you stroll the canal, enjoy the dining and shopping along downtown OKC's premier entertainment district under the gorgeous holiday lights.
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Automobile Alley Lights on Broadway – Downtown OKC – nightly through January 1

This display is part of Oklahoma City's Downtown in December celebration. From 4th Street to 10th Street on Broadway Avenue, in downtown Oklahoma City, historic buildings are covered top to bottom with more than 150,000 colorful LED lights.


Christmas in the Park – Yukon – 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. nightly through December 31

Christmas in the Park is an illuminated, self-guided tour of 4.5 million twinkling lights, 360 lighted displays, music and movement spanning 100 acres of three interconnecting parks. The 55-foot Colossal Christmas Tree is the feature with more than 12,000 multi-colored lights at City Park. Walk, drive or ride the Santa Express Train through nearly three miles of colorful lights. Free but donations accepted.


Festival of Light – Chickasha – 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. nightly through December 31

Chickasha is one of the top-rated light displays in the region and brings in more than 300,000 visitors from across the United States each year. Only 35 miles southwest of Oklahoma City, the 43-acre Shannon Springs Park can be toured for free by car, carriage ride or by foot along paved trails. The Festival of Light features 3.5 million lights, hundreds of displays with music and movement, live nativity and warm gift shop with homemade cinnamon rolls and hot chocolate, gifts and more.


Holiday Lights Spectacular – Midwest City – 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. nightly through December 30

With more than one million twinkling lights, the Joe B. Barnes Regional Park is transformed into a winter wonderland to drive through or by a horse-drawn carriage ride. This free holiday attraction features more than 90 dazzling displays, including the majestic 118-foot Christmas tree lit with 9,000 bulbs.


OG&E Garden Lights - Myriad Botanical Gardens – nightly through December 31

Visitors of all ages are invited to take a magical stroll through the renovated and beautifully-illuminated Myriad Botanical Gardens each night during Downtown in December.

Admission is free to the public. You may also want to time your visit to coincide with Free Crystal Bridge Sundays.


OneMain Financial's Bricktown Canal Lights – Bricktown – nightly through January 1

As you stroll the canal, enjoy the dining and shopping along downtown OKC's premier entertainment district under the gorgeous holiday lights. The OneMain Bricktown Canal light display is free to the public. Also, check out the Free Water Taxi Rides on certain nights of the week throughout the season.


Stonegate-Hogan Lights of Lower Bricktown – Bricktown – nightly through December 31

The Stonegate-Hogan Lights of Lower Bricktown make your stroll a bit more festive as you enjoy dining and entertainment in downtown Oklahoma City's premier entertainment district.

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