Places to visit this holiday season
L.A. Zoo Lights: Nov. 18-Jan. 8
Celebrate the new year with an invigorating experience during the Family New Yearâ€™s Eve event at L.A Zoo Lights. The one-night festivity features an extensive buffet dinner and access to the Zooâ€™s famous light attractions, while also having the chance to view the broadcasting of the Times Square ball drop. The alluring glow of the lights also gives a mystical energy to put a unique twist on the equally remarkable occasion.
Universal Studios Grinchmas: Dec. 3-Jan. 1
When deciding on which of the dozens of theme parks in Southern California to visit, be sure to stop by Universal Studios, where festive winter and holiday decor line the streets. The iconic 60-foot Grinch Christmas tree towers over visitors as well, giving a sense of actually being in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss.
L.A. County Holiday Celebration: Dec. 24
To kick off the holiday season, a celebration will be held on Christmas Eve at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in LA. It exceptionally showcases the diverse cultures that LA represents through contemporary dance routines and over 20 choral performances. It will definitely captivate and leave a lasting impression on the audience.
Compiled by Ashley Liang, Staff writer
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