Cozy up this holiday season with your nearest and dearest and take a trip in our luxurious Florida limo service to see some of the best holiday lights that Florida has to offer. It might not be cold or covered in snow, but you can be sure that these spectacular displays will certainly get you in the festive spirit.

  • Augustine Nights of Lights

Every night through January 31, the historic city of St. Augustine will be illuminated with over three million lights to form an incredible holiday display. Now in its 24th year, the annual Nights of Lights event is truly a beautiful site to behold. Businesses in the historic downtown area stay open late during the event so you can dine and shop in the dazzling glow of the spectacular lights. Take a trip down to the Plaza de la Constitución for some of the best photo opportunities, where each tree is painstakingly covered in hundreds of glowing lights.

  • Santa’s Enchanted Forest, Miami

The world’s largest holiday theme park is now in its 35th year, and continues to attract families from all around with its mix of over 100 rides, shows, games and other attractions. It goes without saying that the festive lighting is truly impressive, with over a million of them illuminating the park in holiday cheer. Come along and watch Florida’s largest Christmas tree light show, listen to your favorite festive music, sample delicious food from all over the world, or jump on one of the many family-friendly carnival rides. The park is open everyday from 5pm to midnight until January 7.

  • Edison & Ford Holiday Nights

Come along to experience the beautiful winter residences of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison decorated with thousands of dazzling holiday lights and traditional festive décor. Guided Holiday Tradition tours of the homes take place daily at 6pm and 7pm, Santa will be visiting especially on December 15, and there will even be a special Holiday Tree Trail featuring ornaments made by local school children to enjoy. The historic homes and grounds are open nightly until December 23, and then again from December 26 through 31, from 5.30pm to 9pm.

  • Rainbow Springs State Park

Over 500,000 lights decorate the charming gardens of Rainbow Springs State Park over the holiday season, with magical festive stories read in the Gingerbread House and musical entertainment to enjoy nightly. There is a small craft fair to pick up those last-minute gifts and holiday treats, and food and drink will be available to purchase too. Every night during the event Santa and Mrs Claus will make their arrival via pontoon sleigh on the Rainbow River. Once they have made their way to Santa’s house and settled into rocking chairs in front of the fireplace, children are welcome to make holiday requests and have their picture taken meeting the man himself.  The holiday lights event runs during the two weekends prior to Christmas (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) as well as December 26 and 27 (lights only).