the top 5 places to see christmas lights in st. louis! | 12 days of blogmas | #4

Another tradition I have for this holiday season is seeing the Christmas lights! I travel around St. Louis with my family and take pictures of all my favorites. So, for this blogmas post, I will show you where the best places are in St. Louis so you can see the bright lights too! This will be helpful if you are an STL citizen yourself, or you might want to visit for yourself one day! Some places have an entry fee, and others are free. So you can choose the option that works best for you. I hope that everyone has fun!!


1.) Brewery Lights Starting at $10

Located at Anheuser-Busch St. Louis, this is an annual experience that is now in its 36th year! This has become a staple place for STL citizens to visit!

With tickets starting at $10, you can see their State-Of-The-Art Light Show! This includes a 30 minute dazzling Light Show, a 22-foot tall Digital Holiday Tree, and Food & drinks available for purchase. Guests 21 and over will receive a complimentary beer. Kids under 5 are free with an expanded kids zone to have fun. You can also book a private experience that is a bit more expensive. This will include a fire pit that can fit up to 12 guests with s’mores, a blanket, and soft drinks! 

Whatever package you book, you will be guaranteed to have a wonderful and memorable experience!

Book Your Tickets Here: Brewery Lights

2.) U.S. Bank Wild Lights General Admission $13.00

The St. Louis Zoo is another staple place to visit during the holiday season. Although this is a place you would usually go to in the summer, you wouldn’t want to miss this event. They have brilliant light displays, winter-themed treats, and animal visits at Penguin & Puffin Coast and the Insectarium. Including live entertainment, carousel rides, and holidays movies at the theater. They also have a sensory-friendly night for those who have sensory sensitivities. This is an exciting experience for the whole family!

Book Your Tickets Here: U.S. Bank Wild Lights

3.) Kiener Plaza Winter Fest Free Admision

This is a Christmas event located at Kiener Plaza in Downtown St. Louis. Although general admission is free, there is a cost for the activities such as ice skating, s’mores station, heated igloos, the cafe, and the night markets. But you can still also take pictures and enjoy the light shows and the 40ft Christmas tree from 4-8 pm until January 2nd!

Plan Your Visit Here: Winter Fest

4.) Union Station Free Admission

The St. Louis Union Station has 2 free Christmas events that you can attend! First, Joy Winter Wonderland is open to the public on the Purina Performance Plaza. Guests will find games, craft stations, retail, and a unique photo opportunity with Santa Claus. Also, festive food and beverage offerings! Second is the Root Beer and Lights show on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day from 9-10pm. They have other events such as the Polar Express Trina Ride, Holiday Cocktails in Grand Hall, and Scuba Claus, which have a cost. They have so many events that will suit your Christmas needs!

Plan Your Visit Here: Union Station

5.) Winter Wonderland in Tilles Park Starting at $8

This is an event that I want to try my best to go to this year! Tilles Park has over 100 displays of festive characters and winter scenes. You can enjoy the canopy of lights glistening throughout seventy-five acres during their walk nights for $8 or from your car for $15. You can also buy tickets to their carriage rides to get the full experience starting at $17. Desserts, hot chocolate, and other beverages are also available for purchase. You can even bring your dog! But, make sure they are on a leash! This event can be a wonderful experience for your entire family!

Book Your Tickets Here: Winter Wonderland STL


-KAT

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