Friday, December 16, 2016

Christmas Lights at Candy Cane Lane


Ever since we moved to the South Bay, we’ve made it an annual tradition to visit Candy Cane Lane, also known as Sleepy Hollow.  If you’re not familiar with this, it’s a neighborhood in South Torrance known for their spectacular light decorations.  And it really is spectacular, bringing crowds from all over Los Angeles.  It is one of the largest light displays in the country.  Most of the homes go all out. Enjoy the sights as you stroll through the streets and crowds of people.  You’ll also encounter many vendors selling hot chocolate, popcorn, homemade goodies and even churros.  If you choose to drive through, be prepared for lots of car traffic.  Bring the entire family and enjoy the holiday spirit!

Know before you go:
Location: Torrance, 90505
Enter from Pacific Coast Highway @ Robert St. or Calle Mayor @ Carlow St and follow the signs
Lights run approximately from Dec 1st – Jan 1st from 6p-10p
Come early to avoid crowds and find parking.  Here’s a tip, park near Seaside Elementary School.
Bring small bills for drinks and snacks.
Be prepared for long lines and crowds.

No public restrooms!

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