Find lights in your region.
Candlelight Christmas Evenings at Biltmore — Asheville
See Biltmore at its most enchanting as you stroll past glowing luminaries, flickering candles and fireplaces, and thousands of glittering Christmas lights.
1 Lodge Street
Chetola Resort’s Festival of Lights — Blowing Rock
From dusk to midnight, the grounds of Chetola Resort are illuminated by 30,000 lights. Tour the joyful displays in a car or on foot for free.
185 Chetola Lake Drive
Lights & Luminaries — Dillsboro
The first two weekends in December are a magical time for downtown Dillsboro, where more than 2,500 luminaries light up the streets.
Sunset Hills — Greensboro
Take a nighttime drive through this historic neighborhood and look up: Balls of light in all sizes and colors are strung up high in nearly every tree.
Christmas Town, USA — McAdenville
Every December, residents of McAdenville string up thousands of twinkling lights, transforming their village into Christmas Town USA — and cars line up for miles to catch a glimpse.
Charlotte Motor Speedway — Concord
Charlotte Motor Speedway turns into the slow lane at Christmastime, when even NASCAR drivers downshift to take in the sights. The four-mile track is decked in four million lights and includes a fully synchronized light show.
5555 Concord Parkway South
Lu Mil Vineyard Festival of Lights — Elizabethtown
Once the Thanksgiving table is cleared, Lu Mil Vineyard starts its light show with a stacked country buffet, visits with Santa, and an old-fashioned candy shop.
438 Suggs-Taylor Road
Enchanted Airlie — Wilmington
Take in the gorgeous display of art and flowers on the grounds while listening to live music at Airlie Gardens, which is draped in more than a million lights.
300 Airlie Road
Elizabethan Gardens — Manteo
Nutcrackers stand guard in front of pathways, while giant stars and bundles of lights hang over visitors as they stroll through these enchanted gardens.
1411 National Park Drive