Nights of Lights begins the Saturday before Thanksgiving and continues nightly through February 3 in downtown St. Augustine, Florida.
View more than 3 million lights throughout downtown St. Augustine during this annual event. Stroll through the historic district to see the lights or take a night trolley ride!
Nights of Lights continues through February 3
Nights of Lights continues every night through Sunday, February 3. The best way to experience the Nights of Lights and get the best views is to park at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility, adjacent to the St. Augustine Visitor Information Center, and then enjoy displays by strolling the city’s Old World streets or taking a horse and carriage ride or board one of the tour vehicles. Simply put, get out of the car and enjoy the lights.
Also, since the lights burn bright every night, many are discovering a more leisurely pace, shorter lines and less traffic by visiting the city midweek when many hotels and bed and breakfast inns offer reduced rates and parking is much easier.
For complete visitor information, including a calendar of events during the 10-week long Nights of Lights and details on the city’s wide variety of accommodations, restaurants and dining opportunities, visit www.NightsOfLights.com.
The Nights of Lights is funded by the City of St. Augustine and the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council. The City of St. Augustine manages the installation and maintenance of displays at over 100 locations in the downtown area, including buildings, parks, and gardens throughout the city, but much of the credit for the success of the Nights of Lights belongs to the businesses and residents who voluntarily participate at their own expense truly making the St. Augustine a city of light.
For more information, go to NightsofLights.com