If you’ve lived around Seattle for a while, you know that, between our high longitude and endless cloud cover, our winters are extremely dark. But there’s an upside: We put up twinkle lights early and often, with many a street tree glowing by the end of October, even before the holiday lights season.
But when it’s finally time for our elaborate light displays, we go all-out—and our creations really pop against our long winter nights. From meticulously designed park promenades supremely extra expressions of fandom, we have a little something for everyone, whether you like your holidays to be quaint or, pun intended, absolutely lit.
Most of these places start up around the beginning of December, so start charting those holiday magic courses.Read More