Nights of Lights Trolley and Dinner in St. Augustine
Nights of Lights in St. Augustine traces
its origins back to the traditional
Spanish practice of displaying a white
candle in windows during the
Christmas holidays. Candles in the
window allude to the fact that Mary
and Joseph could find no inn that
would give them shelter. When the
Spanish put candles in their windows,
they were symbolically making room in
their homes and hearts for Jesus. It
also reflects the welcoming attitude of
the holiday season, showing that
guests are welcome to the home.
The stunning lights reflect the city's 450-year history and illuminate the beautiful cityscape for lasting holiday memories. The city of St. Augustine has been celebrating Nights of Lights for 21 years.
Explore St. Augustine’s famous Nights of Lights in the cozy comfort of the Nights of Lights Holly Jolly Trolleys. Delight at the festive wonderland of the historic area glittering with millions of tiny white lights. Guests will receive complimentary magical viewing glasses. These amazing glasses will enhance the twinkle and glimmer of the lights.
Date: Friday, January 6, 2017
Nights of Lights Trolley:
Place: Visitors Information Center, 10 West Castillo Dr.
(Corner of W. Castillo Dr. & San Marco Ave.)
Time: 6:15 pm
Cost: Adults - $13.99 Children 6-12 - $5.99 Children under 6 - Free
You Must Prepay - Deadline is Monday, January 2, 2017 - no refunds
Place: Barnacle Bills, 14 Castillo Dr.
(across the street from the trolley pickup/drop-off)
Time: Following the trolley tour
Cost: Order from the menu (each person is responsible to pay for their own meal)
Park in the downtown parking garage next to The Visitors Information Center. The trolley leaves from this area and Barnacle Bills is right across the street.
Call (904) 721-5530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat(s)
Mail your check to: JJBC ● 1010 E Adams Street, Suite 107 ● Jacksonville, FL 32202
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