St. Charles County has several large Christmas light displays including Holiday Night Lights in Wentzville. Each year, visitors from across the area take in the festive lights and colorful scenes at Rotary Park.
While you're in St. Charles County, you may also want to check out the Celebration of Lights in O'Fallon.
Dates and Times
As with many other local light displays, Holiday Night Lights opens after Thanksgiving and closes in late December.
Holiday Night Lights is a drive-through display with more than a mile of holiday scenes in Rotary Park. Admission is $8 for vehicles with up to six people. Larger vehicles with seven or more people pay an extra dollar per person. Another way to enjoy the display is on walk through night on Monday, December 7. Visitors can stroll through the lights, then enjoy snacks and a visit with Santa in the Kolb Building. The cost for walk though night is $3 a person in advance and $5 at the gate. For more information, see the City of Wentzville website.
What You'll See
As you drive through the park, you'll see hundreds of thousands of lights stretching for more than a mile. There are holiday scenes, decorated trees, lighted tunnels, and other glittering displays for the whole family to enjoy.
Holiday Night Lights is located in Rotary Park in Wentzville, Missouri. To get to Wentzville from St.
Louis, take Highway 40 West to Interstate 70. Take exit 208 for Wentzville Parkway. Merge onto Wentzville Parkway for about one mile, then turn left onto West Meyer Road. Rotary Park is located at 2577 West Meyer Road.
Other Holiday Events
Christmas light displays are fun, but they aren't the only way to enjoy the holidays in St.
Louis. There are also concerts, tree lightings, caroling and more. For more ways to celebrate this time of year, check out Top Holiday Events in the St. Louis Area. For those of you who don't want to spend any more money, see The Best Free Holiday Celebrations in St. Louis.