Every year, as the holidays draw closer and it gets colder in the United States, people throughout the country begin to decorate their homes and businesses with light displays. Even though Florida remains warm through the winter months, Floridians still put on an epic light show that the whole family will love! Take a look at these options for seeing the best Christmas lights in Florida:

If you love lights during the winter, check out those Christmas light displays in Florida, especially the Stetson Mansion Holiday Tour in Deland, where you get lots of history along with the lights. It would make a fantastic field trip before getting out of school for the holidays. You’re sure to enjoy any of these displays throughout the season. Make the most of it since it only comes around once a year!

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What are some unique ways for celebrating Christmas in Florida?

There is a unique Christmas store in Lake Worth, Florida, a German Christmas Market called Christkindlmarkt, which is actually a holiday event held by The American German Club. It brings together families and friends to welcome the holiday season in an old-world traditional way. You can immerse yourself in German culture and enjoy delicious foods, entertainment, and holiday shopping. If you have people in your life who are hard to buy for, there are unique one-of-a-kind handcrafted gifts that would be a special option.

What are the best Christmas towns in Florida?

Captiva Island is one of the best Christmas towns in Florida, a Christmas paradise with festive extravaganzas throughout the holiday season. There’s a luminary, boat parade, holiday singalong, and a golf cart parade. Another great Christmas town is Hollywood, which holds the Candy Cane Parade, one of the longest-running holiday parades in the country. 

What was the biggest snowfall in Florida?

We know what you’re thinking …. is this a trick question? Does it really ever even snow in Florida, the Sunshine State? And while it is, indeed, quite rare, it does on a rare occasion snow in Florida. There was a blizzard, even, back in 1899 that was one of the worst to ever hit the state. Called The Great Blizzard of 1899, Jacksonville saw a record 1.9 inches of snow. For those accustomed to snowy winter conditions, that’s laughable, but certainly not for Floridians! Florida’s highest record of snowfall, however, was in March 1954 when four inches of snow fell within a 24-hour window near Milton.