As we all know, 2020 has been a year for the books. So know that it is Christmas time, we need to figure out how to get in the Christmas spirit. In Hampton Roads, there are still lots of things that one can do to get in the Christmas Spirit. Here are just some examples.
Virginia Beach: in Virginia Beach, there is always the traditional standby of the BayPort Credit Union Holiday Lights at the Beach. This is driving experience on the Virginia Beach Boardwalk along the Atlantic Ocean. The lights create amazing designs all against the backdrop of the Ocean and the hotels. There is also a 40 foot Christmas Tree and Santa for holiday joy. More information can be found here.
Virginia Beach: also, Virginia Beach Town Center offers some lovely displays. From lights to snow globes to archways and Christmas decorations that you can walk through, Town Center offers a variety of options. The Virginia Beach Town Center has taken advantage and strategically placed decorations to encourage people to walk around and enjoy everything there is to offer. Better still - IT'S FREE! If you want more information feel free to click here.
Norfolk: for something spectacular to do in Norfolk for Christmas do not forget to check out the Holidays at Norfolk Botanical Gardens. With over a million lights, this drive through is a staple for Norfolk. Enjoy the lights from the comfort of your car with your friends and family. For more information click here.
Norfolk: another Norfolk attraction is Winterfest on the Wisconsin. With over 250,000 lights for visitors to enjoy, Norfolk has pulled out all stops at Nauticus for visitors. There is a walk-through light trail, an interior tour, tree lighting ceremonies, Santa sightings, elf sightings, live entertainment, and a sailboat parade. If you are in Norfolk and want to go, here is the link.
There are so many more out there for you to check out and see. Christmas lights and other events bringing the Christmas spirit to Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and the rest of Hampton Roads exist for people to safely enjoy. For a great blog post on this go to My Active Child.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!!