Christmas in St George Utah

5 ‘Bright’ Ideas for Celebrating Christmas in St. George

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The Christmas season is full of cheer and bright lights in St. George Utah. Activities are happening at every turn, and colorful lights adorn the city streets.
Check out just a few of the Christmas festivities, and things to do for Christmas in St George and surrounding area.

Hedgehog Electric has put together an amazing map of all the areas to see great Christmas lights! Check out the St George Area Christmas Light Map and go for a drive!


1. Temple Lightsst-george-christmas-10

The St. George temple – owned by the LDS church is already a spectacle on it’s own. As you drive north from Vegas or south from SLC on I-15, drivers are always greeted by a glowing white structure that all but says “Welcome to St. George!”  Check out the lights on the temple grounds and nearby neighborhoods. It’s one of the highlights of the Christmas season here.

2. Hot Chocolate and LightsChristmas in St George Utah in the City Center 

We may not get much snow…if any, and it may not get very cold in the day, but nothing says you can’t still do some hot cocoa and see the lights at Town Square and surrounding area.

3. Tuacahn – Christmas in the CanyonTuachan for Christmas - Live Nativity 

Tuacahn– an already impressive amphitheater, puts on a Christmas display worthy of the books. With a live nativity scene– camels, sheep, cows, etc included, and Christmas lights as good as anywhere else, it’s a must visit location during the holiday season.

4. Impressive Neighborhood lightsstrickland

Multiple neighborhoods in the area go all out with Christmas lights and scenes! Some of these homes pair up with radio stations and their Christmas lights blink and flash to your favorite Christmas tunes! Take a drive and find some of the most fun neighborhoods around!


5. Dickens FestivalDickens-Santa

Held annually at the Dixie Convention Center, the Dickens Festival  will surely get you in the holiday spirit! Live music, Christmas vendors, and even Santa making his grand appearance! Swing by the Dixie Center, ride a train, eat some chestnuts on an open fire, kettle corn and more!


If this isn’t enough, check out the Events Calendar and see if there is something more your style or watch this Post by City of St. George.