Best Places to Cruise for Christmas Lights in 2023
Olin Park, 1156 Olin-Turville Court, Madison
November 11 – the New Year; Dawn to Dusk | FREE
Over 50 light displays, including many new items will be brought out to the park and set up for all to enjoy. Booths are open (think candy canes!) from 4:30 – 10:00pm each evening!
Madison Mom is proud to sponsor the peacock light display again this year. We love being a part of this fantastically, festive community event!
Open to the public through the end of the year – cars are welcome to pull into the parking lot and view from there.
3276 S. High Point Road | Madison, WI
Zoo Lights is open from 5:30pm – 8:30pm Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between November 24 – December 17 and also open December 18-30. It takes approximately one hour to walk through the whole Zoo and see all the lights.
Dr. Jack Kammer’s University Avenue Holiday Lights have become a cherished seasonal tradition in Madison, WI. Since 1996, the University Avenue Holiday Lights have been a staple of Madison’s near west side during the holiday months. Started by Dr. Jack Kammer, the lights are a constant symbol of holiday spirit maintained by Jack’s son, Dr. Chris Kammer, a local cosmetic dentist.
1455 Palmer Drive, Janesville
500 E. Main Street, Waunakee | November 19-December 31
Waunakee’s Village Park transforms into a winter wonderland with light-lined streets and holiday displays. Enjoy the lights either on foot or from your car.
Lake Ripley Park Holiday Lights, Cambridge
November 30 – January 1
Get into the holiday spirit with a light display in Cambridge’s Lake Ripley Park. Drive through nearly a half mile of holiday lights and displays.