If you’re looking to do your own Temecula Christmas lights tour here’s the map for that and Murrieta too. Christmas lights Temecula map is ready to print!
Each year the city of Temecula and Murrieta has a contest to see the best and most creatively decorated houses. The Christmas lights Temecula map can be printed and you can take it with you to tour the city and see the lights yourself free of charge! Load up the car with the kiddos, in pajamas is fun, with a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy the evening together!
As I mentioned before the entire Bainbridge Circle neighborhood goes all out and you can either drive thru or walk around (that’s what we do with hot cocoa) from 5:30-10pm each night until just after Christmas Day! Bainbridge Circle in Murrieta is located here and is great to go with friends or make it a tradition with your family! Here is a link to a Youtube video I took of the lights on Bainbridge.
The City of Temecula puts together a list of winning houses and I will soon attach a Christmas lights Temecula map of where those houses are so you can view them.
You can print a copy of this map & see addresses of the participants who decorated for 2016 right here.
It is always fun to load the kids up, grab some hot cocoa and just venture out to see what you can find yourself! I would start with houses in your neighborhood, that is easy, and then venture beyond that in Temecula and Murrieta. If you are interested in a drive there are obviously more neighborhoods like Candy Cane Lane in Corona that we have visited many times….they really deck it out too!
Brewen’s Trolley has created a holiday tour of businesses and homes that are lit up and noteworthy, and will serve festive drinks along the way on your tour as well. You can purchase tickets to ride along which is fun thru the city or you can use the map above and create your own free tour. Either way it is a fun holiday activity to do whether you live in Temecula or Murrieta…visit them both!
Additional holiday activities in Temecula:
- I have a list of Santa, where he is, information on the Temecula parade, ice skating and more here. Below are some additional holiday FUN things for the family.
Temecula City Hall’s bells are synchronized to lights and music every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening at 7 p.m., 8 p.m, and 9 p.m. This is a pretty cool show, and then you can walk around Old Town….many of the local boutiques have festive decorations and there is a holiday shop with ornaments and holiday trinkets in Old Town too!
- There is a holiday area with a small “Polar Express” train in Temecula. There are bounce houses, and they serve hot chocolate there as well.