Looking to be dazzled by amazing light displays this holiday season? You have come to the right place! Discover Racine County's abundance of holiday light displays this year all from the comfort of your own vehicle.


Kiwanis Lights

Kiwanis Holiday Lights 
2131 N. Main St., Racine

Enjoy the bright holiday lights that line the outer gate of the Racine Zoo, which are created and maintained by area Kiwanis Clubs members. A family favorite for generations, the larger than life light displays surrounding the pond are FREE to see from the streets of North Main Street each day beginning at 5 p.m. from November 19, 2021, to January 2, 2022.


Wonderland of Lights Racine Zoo

Wonderland of Lights at the Racine Zoo 
2131 N. Main St., Racine

Marvel at the sight of dazzling illuminations from the safety and comfort of your own vehicle! Drive through the Zoo's enchanting light displays of delightfully decorated trees, charming characters, a 96-foot tunnel with an incredible show of dynamic designs, and more. Perfect for guests of all ages every night from 6 to 9 p.m. from November 19, 2021, to January 2, 2022. Only $5 per person and FREE for children ages 2 years and younger! (Cash or credit card accepted at the gate only.) Click here for details.


Jamestown Lights

Jamestown Lights 
Taurus Drive (south), just east of Hwy K and 38, Caledonia

Beginning November 26, this FREE family-friendly holiday light show is synchronized to music on 97.7 FM as you watch the lights from the comfort of your vehicle. Douglas Fir, the talking and singing Christmas tree, is your host for the show.


Downtown Racine Tree

Annual Holiday Tree
Downtown Racine's Monument Square

What are the holidays without a big, beautiful tree? Enjoy the holiday tree lit brightly on Monument Square in the heart of downtown Racine, sponsored by Festival Foods.


Christmas Carnival of Lights

Christmas Carnival of Lights 
8425 Hwy 38, Caledonia

For the 12th year in a row, families can see one of Wisconsin's largest drive-through light displays filled with more than two million twinkling lights synchronized to music from November 27, 2021, through January 1, 2022 (excluding Christmas Day). The Carnival of Lights is organized and run by local, family-owned and operated Jellystone Park in Caledonia.

Witness unique moving light displays including a 200-foot-long drive-thru light tunnel from the comfort of your own vehicle. Another fan-favorite seating option includes riding in Santa’s Giant Sleigh, which comfortably seats 43 guests and is the most spectacular way to view the moving lights high in the trees. Santa’s Sleigh is a great option for large families that want to experience the light show together. New on Sundays, take a sleigh ride with the big man himself! Ride with Santa and sip on handcrafted hot cocoa. There is also a Golf Cart Holiday Train that offers a personalized open-air experience.

Hours are Sunday to Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5:00 to 10:30 p.m. General admission entry fee for carloads with up to eight people is $30, large passenger vans is $45, and buses/campers is $55. Tickets are available online only. Pricing for larger groups and reservations for Santa’s Giant Sleigh or the Golf Cart Holiday Train can be found online.