Christmas Lights Limo tours Seattle

The Lights of Christmas

This annual award-winning Christmas lights festival celebrates 20th year, with more than one million lights spread over 15 acres at Warm Beach Camp in Stanwood. Highlights include animated beach scene with its setting sun and the large “Cascade Splendor” mountain scene - having 60,000 lights and it’s 247 feet long. “Glad Tidings” Barkentine sailing ship – 12.5 feet tall, 18 feet long, and is having 13 billowing sails. 3D Walk through “The Night before Christmas". Other features: Largest holiday light display, complete package for all ages, live entertainment, children's activities, food, and more

Zoolights at Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, Tacoma

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium's spectacular is having most popular displays, with more than half a 10,000,000 LED lights. Hightlights include: Green-and-purple flame tree, Huge roaring tiger, 15.5-foot-tall Mount Rainier, the 12th Man Seahawks tree and the happy polar bear family, hammerhead sharks, a giant Pacific octopus, a huge rock crab with moving pincers and a tranquil marine life scene. Other features: Live animals including sea creatures, goats, meerkats, camel and carousel rides for kids.

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Christmas Lights at Spanaway Park

The largest holiday drive-through display in the Northwest, Pierce County Parks and Recreation is celebrating its 22nd year with hundred of displays and thousands of sparking lights for Christmas and New year. Highlights include giant tail wagging dog, bears fly kites, Santa and Rudolf sailing a tall ship, snow boys kick field goals, penguins slide down an igloo, and reindeer leap over your car. Friday and Saturday nights are busy, so plan your tour with our limousine service and enjoy your wait with Lights in limo. Details: Free Admission with our Limo Service. From 5:30 Pm to 9:00 Pm Until New Year. More info Video Credit: Spanaway Park