The American Rose Center is beautiful year-round, but during the holiday season, it transforms into Christmas in Roseland, home to some of the best Christmas lights in Louisiana. If you’re looking to check out some festive light displays, the Christmas in Roseland display is one of the most incredible experiences that families with kids of all ages will enjoy. Let’s check it out:

For more information, be sure to check out the American Rose Center website and give them a follow on Facebook so you can stay up to date with the event schedule.

Are you planning on checking out Christmas in Roseland this year? Let us know in the comments below! Don’t let the holiday festivities end there, there are plenty of incredible Christmas lights in Louisiana to check out!

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What are the best Christmas towns in Louisiana?

If you only visit one Christmas town in Louisiana this year, make it Natchitoches. Louisiana’s oldest city puts on one of the best Christmas light displays in Louisiana. In fact, it’s so well done that it ranks as one of the top 10 Christmas light displays in the entire country. The Natchitoches Christmas Festival lasts from the middle of November and lasts until the first week of January, and it’s chock-full of holiday decor, visits with Santa, live entertainment, and even an incredible fireworks display. 

Where can I see the best light displays in Louisiana?

While the Natchitoches Christmas Festival we listed above is the star of the show, there are plenty of mesmerizing light displays in Louisiana that you should check out this holiday season. One of our favorites is the always enchanting Celebration in the Oaks which takes place in New Orleans’ City Park. Here, you can stroll through City Park’s impressive light displays with over a million twinkling lights just about everywhere you look. 

What are the best outdoor activities in winter in Louisiana?

One of the best parts about winter in Louisiana is that our mild winters don’t interfere with getting outside and setting off on an adventure. Whether you prefer to gas up the car and take on a Christmas lights road trip or jump in a kayak and paddle through the swamps, there’s always something to do. You may even be tempted to hit the trails, and what better way to see Louisiana than by hiking the trails within the Kisatchie National Forest? For a short and sweet hike, head over to Driskill Mountain where you can hike the one-mile trail to Louisiana’s tallest natural summit and catch an amazing (and rare) bird’s eye view from atop a mountain. 

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