2020 Walkable Holiday Light Tours

Walking through bright, sparkly holiday light displays are a safe and healthy way to get moving while enjoying time with family. Put on your coziest winter coat, lace up your boots, find a pair of mittens and go on a walkable light tour in your area!

Be sure to check for any updated ticketing or registration information and COVID-19 restrictions before heading out for some holiday cheer. It is best to go at off-peak times if possible to avoid crowds, and please follow physical distancing guidelines and mask mandates during your visit.

Northern District

Winter Walk of Lights at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
Vienna, Va.
Nov. 11-Jan. 3
Tickets required.

Ice and Lights- The Winter Village at Cameron Run
Alexandria, Va.
Check website for opening dates and hours due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Tickets required.

Rosslyn Wanderland
Arlington, Va.
Dec. 7-Jan. 10
Free admission.

Light Up the Tracks
Ashland, Va.
Dec. 1-Jan. 1
Free admission.

Central District

Lewis Ginter GardenFest of Lights
Richmond, Va.
Nov. 23-Jan. 10
Tickets required.

RVA Illuminates
Richmond Va.
Free admission.

Walk the Holiday Lights Tour
Richmond, Va.
Dec. 7-Jan.10
Tickets required.

Community Holiday Light Show
Danville, Va.
Dec. 9-Dec. 25
Admission fee

Southeast District

Celebration in Lights
Newport News, Va.
Nov. 26-Jan. 1
Tickets required.

Holiday Lights at the Beach
Virginia Beach, Va.
Nov. 13-Jan. 3
Tickets required.

Deltaville Christmas Lights
Deltaville, Va.
Dec. 1-Jan. 1.
Free admission.

Walk in the Park
Kilmarnock, Va.
Dec. 10-Dec. 27
Free admission.

Southwest District

Illuminights Winter Walk of Lights
Roanoke, Va.
Nov. 209-Jan. 2
Tickets required.

2020 Bank of Fincastle Tinsel Trail
Fincastle, Va.
Dec. 3-28
Free admission.

Luminary Nights at Natural Bridge State Park
Natural Bridge, Va.
Dec. 12-20
Visit website for admission information.

Land of Lights
Rocky Mount, Va.
Nov. 27-Jan. 1
Free admission.

Buchanan Festival of Lights
Buchanan, Va.
Nov. 28-Dec. 27
Free admission.

If going to a public event isn’t an option for your family, you can also plan a walk around festive neighborhoods right in your community! There’s nothing quite like the colorful, glittery lights of the holiday season!

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