Edmonton Legislature | Walk through the Alberta Legislature grounds, hot cocoa in hand. Maybe bring along a pair of skates to spend an evening on the ice. With lights twinkling, it’s one of the most romantic ways to spend an evening.
CP Holiday Train | Take an evening and spend it at your own personal holiday concert. There are a handful of stops in Edmonton and area, where the train is coming to town. Decorated, the stop begins with a concert of Christmas carols, where visitors can bring donations for the local food bank. This experience is one that you’re going to have to take in during the Christmas season.
Churchill Square | From a magical Christmas tree, to the twinkling lights perfect for an after-dinner walk, celebrating the Christmas season.
The Singing Christmas House | The singing Christmas lights on the west end of the city will have you dancing in your seat. Tune into the show on the radio and watch the half-hour light performance. Find the Singing Christmas House at 9532-167 St.
Leduc Country Lights | Worth the trip outside of the city, Leduc Country Lights are free and often have events going on, like hot chocolate for visitors. Warm up around the fire, for the trek through the lit-up paths.
Zoominescence | Visit the Edmonton Valley Zoo for your next date night and experience the magic of the zoo, when it’s filled with Christmas lights.
Candy Cane Lane | Take a trip down Candy Cane Lane, walking, driving or taking it by sleigh. That’s right, you can even cozy up under a blanket on a sleigh ride if you book ahead of time.
Luminaria | Tickets have been sold out for this event, so you’re going to have to get them early next season. This festival celebration of lights is one of the most romantic ways that you’ll spend a festive evening in Edmonton.
Christmas at Bob’s | One of the most spectacular Christmas homes in the city, there’s a fantastic display of lights, and even a tunnel of light that you can walk through – and that provides a fantastic Christmas photo opportunity.
Elliott Place in St. Albert | Hailed the Candy Cane Lane of St. Albert, Elliott Place is filled with lights. You can walk or drive through the community to have a look at the lights, that are growing every year.