Are you wondering where to see Christmas lights in Naples? We love getting the kids in their jammies, pack up hot chocolate and popcorn and drive around to see Christmas lights. It’s always a fun, family night.
I am always trying to find the best and easiest route to see Christmas lights, so I thought I would help you out and make one you can print out and take the ride!
This list includes big, mega-light displays where you can get out and walk around, light displays large enough to drive to see, and even some local homes that just like to deck out for Christmas.
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Below is a list of Christmas lights in Naples…
1st Stop – Victoria Park Neighborhood
Start at Nottingham Drive in Victoria Park for a super fun drive through Christmas lights display. It is a huge display with so much to see! The whole family will love it! Every year almost 300 homes in the North Naples community go all out with decorations. Many of the streets have themes and the homes and mailboxes are decorated! It’s gorgeous!
Victoria Park is the most popular stop in Naples. If you do anything on the list- this is the one! The next few stops on this list are all part of the Victoria park neighborhood.
2nd Stop – Windsor Way in Victoria Park
The most famous street in Victoria Park is always Windsor Way. It has lighted arches over the roadway. It is so neat! The decorations on the homes are absolutely amazing! Plan to drive through but remember that most of the cars drive very slowly, so it will take awhile to get through.
3rd Stop – Whitehall in Victoria Park
Most of the road is decorated on Whitehall in Victoria Park. There are so many neat decorations and lights. It’s a definite must-see!
4th Stop- Meadowland Drive
This is another great display to check out!
5th Stop – Pelican Bay
This is a cute neighborhood with several homes that decorate for the holidays. The association also decorates and has some great photo ops. So plan to park your car and walk around. (Note- this may not be the case this year).
6th Stop – Golden Gate City
There are lots of great homes to see in Golden Gate City! Be sure to drive around and check out the neighborhood because there may be several places lit up.
Yueltide Gardens Christmas Lights Display – Cancelled this year
Other places to see Christmas lights in Naples
The Botanical Gardens has a beautiful holiday display. There is live music and other activities. Advanced tickets required. Masks required.
Admission (Nov. 27-Dec. 17th) – Adults $12 for members and $25 for non-members. Children (ages 4-14) $6 for members and $12 non-members.
Admission (Dec. 18-January 3rd) – Adults $15 for members, $30 for non-members. Children (ages 4-14) are $7 for members and $15 for non-members.
If you have never been to Edison & Ford’s estates in Fort Myers, it’s definitely worth the trip! From November 27th through December 24th and then December 26th through January 3rd you can celebrate the season with thousands of glittering lights.
Admission is $20 for adults, teens are $10 and children ages 6-12 are $2. Children ages 5 and under are free.
Tours are from Dec. 2nd through Dec. 26th. Wednesday through Friday 12-3PM and Saturday 1-4PM.
You can not only see beautiful Christmas lights at Third Street South, but you can also see snow! The snow is actually bubbles (soap suds) but so cool for a Florida snow shower!
This event will be weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 5-8PM. The last day for this event is Dec. 17th.
Masks are required.
This is a lawn event where you can see lots of beautiful Holiday lights. You can also see one of the largest, live Christmas trees in Southwest Florida. This is hosted by Mercato at 9132 Strada Place in Naples.
The City of Bonita Springs lit up downtown to celebrate the Holiday season. You can take a holiday stroll Dec. 1st through January 5th. There will be music, a Christmas tree, photo ops and more. You can walk around or stay in your vehicle and drive old 41 to enjoy the lights.
Families can enjoy this free holiday event without even getting out of the car! There will be Christmas displays to view from the car. This event will be December 15th at 4PM at Paradise Coast Sports Complex.
I would love to hear about your drive to see Christmas lights in Naples! Please comment below to let me know your favorite street and/or light display.
Also, don’t forget to download and print your free printable Naples Christmas lights route (details above).
For other fun Christmas and Holiday events in Naples, click the pictures below…