Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do this December.
Let There Be Lights
With over 6,000,000 points of light, Lights Under Louisville is a must-see family tradition! Open now through January 1.
The Winter Woods Spectacular is returning to Iroquois Park from November 25 – January 1 as a walk thru event this year, offering millions of lights gleefully woven through the woods of the park.
Welcome in the holidays at Brown Park on December 3 for Light Up St. Matthews. Activities include musical entertainment, pictures with Santa, train rides, and ice skating.
Visit historic downtown LaGrange, Ky. on December 3 for an annual favorite, Light Up LaGrange.
Light Up Middletown is celebrating 23 years with a drive thru fantasy light display. Open nightly from 6 -10pm Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve.
Get in the holiday spirit with Yuletide at Yew Dell. See the dazzling light displays, enjoy the model train village, and even say hello to Santa.
Santa, Shopping, and Family Fun
Lots to do to get you in the Christmas mood at Paristown’s Fete De Noel. Ice skating, holiday shopping market, and food and drink offer holiday fun for all.
The Historic Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour returns December 3-4 to offer visitors a rare glimpse inside beautiful Victorian mansions in all of their holiday splendor.
Come check out the largest free admission Christmas show in the nation December 9-11 at the Kentucky Expo Center.
The Louisville Ballet’s Nutcracker is dancing into Whitney Hall December 9-23.
The Kentucky Performing Arts presents Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical on December 10. Purchase tickets here.
The Louisville Palace will be rocking on December 11 with ‘Tis the Season with The Beach Boys & The Holiday Vibrations Orchestra.
Compiled by Lindsay McDonald
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