The school year is starting to wrap up, and it's time to start planning out summer activities for the kids! When you're not on vacation or seeing friends and family, the kids will need something to
Boise Holiday Lights to Check Out this Month!
Dated: December 11 2021
Who doesn't love to check out Christmas lights during the holiday season? No matter your age, Christmas lights are a surefire way to lift your holiday spirits! Around Boise, you've got plenty of holiday light displays to delight the whole family this holiday season.
Scentsy Commons Christmas Lights
Located off Eagle Road at 2701 East Pine Avenue, Meridian
See more than 450 trees (featuring 43 miles worth of lights) and the 250-foot light tunnel! Dress warmly for your holiday stroll as this is an outdoor event. Open daily from sunset to sunrise on the Scentsy campus until January 16th.
Located at 2355 Old Penitentiary Road, Boise
In its 25th year, Winter Garden aGlow is a beautiful display of lights and an experience for the whole family. Take photos, warm up by the fire, drink hot cocoa, or send Santa a postcard. Tickets are required, and masks are recommended.
Located in Indian Creek Plaza in Downtown Caldwell
The city of Caldwell is lit up for the holiday season. Over a million holiday lights are used to transform the area into a winter wonderland. A skating rink with lights is located at Indian Creek Plaza, right near a singing Christmas tree! Open until the first week of January!
Located at Expo Idaho, 5610 N Glenwood St, Garden City
Drive through millions of lights synchronized to holiday music, tuned in on your car radio. Drive by giant candy canes, arched pathways, and more. Tickets are required, but feel free to take your time driving through the display.
Where else would you check out holiday lights around Boise this season?
Scott grew up in Orange County, CA. and he and his family moved to Boise in 1972. He graduated from Meridian High School, then obtained a BA in Marketing from Boise State University. He has over 20 ye....
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