5 Must See Holiday Spots in LA
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we have 5 must see Holiday Spots in the City of Angels. Get in the spirit with these fun events leading up to the New Year.
Festival of Carols
The Los Angeles Master Chorale will play the most iconic holiday carols in concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. One hundred and ten singers will belt out Deck the Hall, Silent Night, the First Noël, White Christmas, Santa Claus is Coming to Town and more to get you in the holiday spirit, and kids can visit with Santa after the show.
Unique USA LA Holiday Market
The largest made-in-America shopping event in the country, this annual holiday market bring local designers and artists together. Shop clothes, accessories and art pieces from quality handmade brands. Indulge in locally-made food, free drinks and photo booth portraits.
Snow Los Angeles
Your White Christmas dreams have finally come true...kinda. The city’s first snow tubing park is now open, complete with nine acres of magical winter wonderland, 10,000 square feet of synthetic snow and snow tubing and trees decorated with icicles, snowcaps and lights. Don’t forget the hot cider and cocoa!
LA Zoo Lights
Seasonal sights, sounds and delights are delivered in this Los Angeles Holiday tradition. The Los Angeles Zoo is ‘lit’ for the Holidays with reindeer, LED monkeys and standout displays that are sure to get you in the spirit. Pro Tip: Buy tickets in advance to beat the long lines, and wear comfortable shoes!
Holiday Ice Skating
Nothing will get you in the spirit more than holiday ice skating. Even though LA weather is nowhere near cold enough for snow, this winter activity makes up for it. Multiple locations in Downtown Burbank, LA Live, Pershing Square, Santa Monica, Orange County, Westfield Topanga, Battleship Iowa, Redondo Beach Marina and the Pike in Downtown Long Beach make for seasonal fun wherever you are.
These must see spots are perfect for getting in the holiday mood, especially with LA’s warm weather. Bask in the festive fun before it’s gone!