It is the time of years, and children love to look at lights!  The Valley has some amazing lights displays. From Surprise to the Foothills holidays lights set the sky aglow.

 

For about $10 a ticker you can enjoy the Lights of the World at the Phoenix Fair grounds.  This is largest light and lantern festival in North American. The lights brighten the Phoenix skies from November 16 through January 2. With 11 exhibits and 75 stunning displays of different cultures around the world this show of lights is sure to delight the whole family.  You learn more and buy tickets at https://lightsoftheworldus.com/ .

 

You don’t have to break the bank for family holiday lights. If your looking free lights around town try Glendale Glitters in downtown Glendale.  The award-winning lights display in Glendale in a family favorite. Learn more at https://www.glendaleaz.com/glitters/.

 

Mesa is home to the Mormon Temple Christmas Lights display. Open nightly through December 31, there are thousands upon thousands of lights with unique displays, music, and more.  This free event is a must see.  Learn more at http://www.mesachristmaslights.com/

 

Don’t want to get out of the car? AZcentral publishes an annual driving map of holiday lights.  The drive takes about an hour and showcases the best private home with light displays.  Get the map here and take the family on a enchanted winter’s drive around the Valley.   https://www.azcentral.com/pages/interactives/phoenix-holiday-lights-map/

 

With so many options there is one that fits every family. Children love lights and will delight in whichever option you choose.  Spend some quality time with your family this season and enjoy the abundance of holiday lights around Phoenix.

 

At Raising Arizona Preschool, we seek to delight children daily. Our classrooms are designed to inspire children’s imaginations and peek curiosity.  We encourage families to carry this mission over into their lives. When you delight children, amazing things happen.

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