Lighten Up with Your Holiday Spirit in The Palm Beaches

Lighten Up with Your Holiday Spirit in The Palm Beaches Slideshow

Delray Beach's 100ft. Christmas Tree

Holiday time sans scarfs, coats and gloves is the norm around here. But no matter the temperature, The Palm Beaches continue to press on with a variety of special holiday activities for residents and visitors alike. In case you need a guide, make your way to our 6 Must-Do Holiday Lightings in The Palm Beaches.
 

Sandi Land With 47 miles of beaches, we have sand to spare. So why not make a “sand holiday tree?” We did. Right along the Downtown West Palm Beach Waterfront. With a whole light show, synchronized music show and family activities. Afterwards, make sure to visit downtown's main streetscape, Clematis Street, for a night on the town.  

Chanukah on Worth Presented by the Chabad of Northern Palm Beach Island on December 10, Worth Avenue will celebrate the Festival of Lights with a live sand sculpture of a menorah followed by a lighting. The festivities will also include latkes and hors d'oeuvres.  

Snowfalls at CityPlace Just a free trolley ride from Sandi Land is CityPlace’s 40-foot tree . . . and nightly snowfall. What's that now? Call it a white Christmas every night, just not cold and dreary. Thrown in live music, shopping, dining and bar hopping throughout CityPlace – it’s a holly jolly Christmas.  

Holidays at Whitehall If a holiday with historical elegance is your style, we have Flagler Museum. Millionaire industrialist Henry Flagler built this grandiose American castle back in the early 1900s. It has one of the most famous and beautifully decorated trees in The Palm Beaches.
 

1.1 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Christmas Tree

100-Foot Christmas Tree Sky high and spectacular. Located right smack dab in the middle of the action on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. This tree is the tallest in The Palm Beaches. Don’t forget to take a walk through the tree, ice skate (yes, ice skate), play mini-golf and make sure to tell Santa what you need. Then, do the beach, restaurants, shops, nightlife of the “Ave.”  

Festival of the Trees Why settle for just one tree? Have more than 25 - all in one place. Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens offers you professionally decorated trees, mixed with music, dancers, light show and holiday refreshments.

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