Head For These SoCal Holiday Drive-Thru Experiences

Holiday merriment doesn't have to get curbed! There are ways to celebrate safely.

Jingle all the way on foot or by bike to check out the neighbors' holiday decorations. Getting behind the wheel generally isn't encouraged unless you are carpooling, but 2020 is the year where we'll make an exception. Dash on over to these drive-thru events for safe holiday fun.

Dodgers Holiday Festival
Dodger Stadium, Echo Park
Until December 24, 2020

2020 wasn't all bad. L.A.'s Boys in Blue won the World Series! Celebrate the Dodgers World Championship at this drive-thru festival, complete with a light show, LED video displays, fake snow, and interactive displays.

Candy Cane Lane
Lubao and Oxnard Streets, Woodland Hills
Until December 25, 2020

Homeowners and certifiable Santa's helpers in the Valley have been putting on holiday displays for over 60 years. Enjoy eight blocks blanketed in bright lights and decorations from the safety of your vehicle. Note no pedestrian traffic is allowed this year.

Woodland Hills
Until December 30, 2020

Enjoy this holiday drive-thru adventure with millions of lights and themed decor from the safety and comfort of your car.

Holidays In Your Car
Ventura County Fairgrounds, Ventura County
Until January 2, 2021

Discover a symphony of sight and sound at this drive-thru light show —  a perfect way to spend the holidays safely.

The Elf on the Shelf’s Magical Holiday Journey
Fairplex, Pomona
Until January 3, 2021

Don't shelve those holiday plans! Take a magical journey with Santa's elves.

Six Flags Magic Mountain Holiday in the Park Drive-Thru Experience
Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia
Tickets Available for January 4-10, 2021

Instead of the theme park's rollercoasters, ride through 12 immersive areas of dazzling lights, seasonal music favorites, and even a sighting of Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Santa's Speedway
Irwindale Speedway, Irvwindale
Until January 10, 2021

Zip through the transformed speedway's magical display of lights and attractions, including a record-setting Christmas Tree of lights towering over 110 feet.

Holiday Road
King Gillette Ranch, Santa Monica Mountains
Until January 10, 2021

Cruise through larger than life holiday installations, thousands of Christmas lights, Santa, Mrs. Claus, elves, and countless candy canes.

Hikari: A Festival of Lights at Tanaka Farms
Tanaka Farms, Irvine
Until January 10, 2021

Hikari means shine in Japanese. Take a loop through 30 acres and enjoy farm-themed lighting from trees to scarecrows, tractors, and more. And every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Santa stops by!

Photo Credit: CC/Flickr/donielle