Local Metro-Detroit Christmas Light Tours and ActivitiesThursday, December 3, 2020
During the holiday season, nothing does a better job of getting us in the Christmas spirit than a magnificent display of holiday lights. With the daunting lockdowns and early sunsets, the bright lights are good for our soul and help create our own Michigan winter wonderland.
Here are some fun Christmas light displays and activities we’ve compiled in and around the Metro Detroit area!
Shelby Township, MI
SHOPPING LOCAL IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER THIS YEAR!
Sherwood Brewing Company is closed for indoor dining but on select Thursday's we are opening our doors for some retail therapy. Our annual Sip N Shop will look a little different, but it is still bringing several unique, Michigan based vendors.
MASKS, LIMITED CAPACITY, AND SOCIAL DISTANCING STRICTLY ENFORCED
Clinton Township, MI
St Clair Shores, MI
Located 24800 Jefferson; self-guided walk; open daily until 10pm.
Car Parade – Saturday, December 5th - 5pm -?
Light up and decorate your car and join us bringing holiday joy around Saint Clair Shores. Or join us around our route and enjoy the show!
Self-Guided Holiday Light Tour! - Friday, December 11th, 2020 – Christmas Day
A published list with the 25 best decorated houses will be posted on December 11th! At your leisure, use our list of houses to guide you through your self-guided holiday lights tour of the Shores
Christmas Fair and Market @ Blossom Heath – Sunday, December 13th
Other Popular Metro Detroit Displays -
This is a festival of lights located in Westland, MI. It is a four and a half mile drive down Hines Drive, and it is the “…Midwest’s longest drive-through holiday light display” (Michigan Life). Even better? You can find Santa Claus in his workshop at the end. This costs $5 per vehicle to enter the drive.
During the holiday season downtown Rochester turns into a magical winter wonderland. All of the stores will be decked in over a million twinkling lights. Take your family to check it out any night this month.
Check out the enormous 60 foot Christmas tree either on foot or on ice skates. You can enjoy the sight of the tree for free, and you can skate on the ice rink at Campus Martius park. (CHECK WEBSITE DUE TO CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS)