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Join thousands of annual visitors at the Rhema Christmas Lights and witness over three million shimmering lights synchronized to Christmas music across 110 acres. This much-loved lights display in Broken Arrow began in 1982 and has been attracting visitors ever since. Experience the wonder of illuminated festive figures like a gingerbread family with lollipops and gumdrops, Noah's ark with animals, 3D angels and reindeer, a Christmas tree forest, a 50-figure nativity scene and more. Visitors to the Rhema Christmas Lights can drive through the lights in their own vehicle, get out of the car and walk around the park, or view the spectacular displays from a horse-drawn carriage. Don't miss the Rhema Park bridge, complete with over 90,000 lights draped across the bridge alone. Synchronized to both classic and modern Christmas music, these lights have delighted visitors of all ages. While there, enjoy concessions that include cups of hot chocolate, piping hot coffee or sweet apple cider while venturing into the displays. Popcorn, funnel cakes and other treats will also be available. Admission to Rhema Christmas Lights is free; however, donations are appreciated.
Rhema Bible Church
1025 W Kenosha Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Experience animated displays and over 1.2 million shimmering lights at Muskogee's annual Garden of Lights. Drive through Honor Heights Park and view 130 acres of trees, bushes and water areas decorated for the holiday season. Rose and azalea bushes will be illuminated with color, imitating their natural state during the blooming of spring. This Christmas light display will also feature lighted displays of deer, squirrels and birds scattered amongst a wide variety of trees wrapped in lights.
Honor Heights Park
1400 Honor Heights Drive, Muskogee, OK 74401
Muskogee, OK 74401
Bring the whole family to Bartlesville for the Christmas in the Ville celebration. Guests can bundle up and ice skate at the Historic Train Depot and take advantage of photo backdrops like the 12-foot lighted ornament, a 28-foot Christmas tree and a sleigh. On select dates, Santa will even be available for visits while sitting in the big red sleigh. Throughout the winter season, visitors can stop in to watch a nostalgic evening movie in the park, play lawn games or take a carriage ride throughout downtown Bartlesville. During Christmas in the Ville, be sure to visit the ice-skating rink, complete holiday shopping and appreciate the festive decorations in Bartlesville.
201 SW Keeler Avenue
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Claremore Lake Lights will return for the second year! Starting on November 22, residents and visitors can drive through the Claremore Lake Park and experience the Christmas lights and displays from the comfort of their warm vehicle. Lights will begin each night at dusk and remain on until 10:00p.m. through January 6, 2024. The Claremore Lake lights will begin at the Blue Starr Road entrance and displays will be featured throughout the park. Multiple photo opportunities will be available and visitors are encouraged to use the hashtag #ClaremoreLakeLights on social media to capture and share memories! There is no cost to enjoy the Claremore Lake Light display.
East Blue Starr Drive
Claremore, OK 74017
Skate under the festive twinkle lights at Broken Arrow's only outdoor skating rink. Bring your ice skates or rent them directly on-site and glide across the ice under the pavilion at the Rose District Plaza. Bring the whole family out to create new holiday memories at this fun attraction, which opens before Thanksgiving and runs through the New Year. Group rates, private ice and birthday party packages available. Hours: Monday – Thursday, 3:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.; Friday, 3:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.; Saturday, 12:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.; Sunday, 12:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.
418 S Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
The Bixby Historical Society Festival of the Trees opens Thursday November 23rd. The Lighting ceremony starts at 5:00pm with lights on at 6:00pm. There will be activities for all including hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows. Santa will be there to visit with children of all ages. We will be lighting up over 120 Christmas trees synchronized to over 15 songs. the trees will stay lite every night through the season and Santa will be there every Thursday through Sunday nights. Come by and visit the sugar Dome and the Grinch Dome where you can take a picture of your family. Enjoy a scavenger hunt as you stroll through the Christmas trees. Visit our website for more information and Santa hours. https://bixbyhistoricalsociety.com/festival-of-the-trees.
Bixby Historical Society
15 E. Needles
Bixby, Ok 74008
Victoria K Oltmann