Where is the best place to see Christmas lights displayed?
I love traveling and I love Christmas light displays! With the Holidays quickly approaching (here in the USA), where is the best place to see Christmas light displays?
My two favorites thus far are Disney's Hollywood Studios (The Osborne Family Spectacle of Lights) and 'Nights of Lights' in St. Augustine, Florida (National Geographic says it's in the Top 10 places in the world!).
Hollywood studios is also my favorite place. A lot of people talk about the Magic Kingdom but I think Hollywood studios beats it.
We used to live in Nashville TN and every year the Christmas lights at the Opryland Hotel were a must-see. There's a little "island" of trees and paths and water just outside the Magnolia Entrance (the massive entrance). You can walk among the trees along the paths, and the brilliant tiny white lights everywhere are almost blinding! The grounds and the interior of the hotel are fantastic at Christmas as well.
Nashville has always been on my bucket list, and I can imagine it's extra special at Christmas! And yes, ANY of the Gaylord Hotels are worth seeing over the Holidays - the one here in Orlando is spectacular as well. GREAT recommendation, CoeGurl!
New York City and Bellingrath Gardens Mobile, Alabama in the US and Vienna, Austria in NY
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