Christmas Limo Light Tours

Are you excited for Christmas like we are? Nothing puts you in the holiday mood in the run-up to the big day like going to view Christmas lights. Enjoy your Roseville and Sacramento Christmas Lights Tour in style with Limo Service Sacramento.   Choose from one of our several luxury vehicles one of our SUV's, tow car, S550 Sedan Mercedes or stretch limos would be particularly well suited for taking in the sights and sounds of this holiday season with your friends and family. Our friendly and experienced chauffeurs will take you to the best holiday lights displays in town in your choice of areas, while you and your guests listen to your favorite Christmas music and sip champagne or sparkling cider. With Limo Service Sacramento Christmas Lights Tours, there’s no traffic or parking issues for you to worry about, just great times with friends and family. Give us a call and let us help you plan your Roseville and Sacramento Christmas Lights Tour – a wonderful holiday experience that you and your guests will remember for years to come. Call Now at 916 221 0462. So let's take a look at Sacramento's best neighborhoods for you to see a beautiful Christmas light show: 2016-2017 ANTELOPE 3728 North Country Drive, Antelope (95843): At this showstopper, you can step inside a gingerbread house, have a seat and watch the “Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer” movie. It’s located next to the 60-foot-long fence mural of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and his friends. In addition, there is a working train box with a Victorian Village setting, similar to an old-time store window display, and a larger Victorian Village display in silhouette on the lawn. CITRUS HEIGHTS Greenleaf Drive - A beautiful display of Christmas lights. Lights up the street. 6823 Brougham Way, Citrus Heights (95621): LED lights span the 2-story pitch roof in a zigzag design. Lighted Mickey and Minnie add to the vibrant presentation. 6617 Golden Rain Court, Citrus Heights (95610): A big spotlight in Citrus Heights is this yearly attraction: clear icicle lights hanging from entire house; clear lights outline roof lines, and multicolored lights around windows, doors, and garage; illuminated Christmas star (on 15-foot pole); angel, Santa, and reindeer, and giant inflatable penguin mounted on roof; projected Christmas scene on garage door; “falling” snowflakes projected on trees and house; garage door and front door wrapped in large red ribbons and bows; net-lighting draped over all shrubs and bushes; multicolored light strands attached to candy-cane stakes along walkways, driveway and split-rail fence surrounding front yard; multicolored lighted arch over driveway; illuminated “Merry Christmas”; illuminated Nativity scene displayed in front yard; numerous illuminated spiral-trees, reindeer, snowmen and candy-canes displayed in yard and along walkways; giant illuminated-wreath above garage door; and a 49er banner hanging on the garage. 7001 Whyte Ave., Citrus Heights (95621): The popular snowman character, Olaf, is among the 11 staged inflatables. Plus, 4,000 lights, and 3D projection video (weather permitting). ELK GROVE 3316 Lake Terrace Drive, Elk Grove (95758): The elaborate synchronized light show, with more than 100,000 LED lights, runs from 40 computer-controlled circuit boards. Watch a sample of the song “Wizards in Winter” by Trans-Siberian Orchestra synced to the light display at 9326 Marlemont Circle, Elk Grove (95758): Decorations galore. Look closely at this Disney Christmas setting to see Rudolph pulling Santa onto the roof. 3446 Point Pleasant Road (95757): A magnitude of lights, making this a must-see. FAIR OAKS 7780 Kanihan Court, Fair Oaks (95628): Features thousands of lights and numerous blow-ups; two large windows feature villages (regular size and dollhouse size), with motion shops and carousal. In the yard, a redwood castle, a 6-foot-tall dragon, lighted archways, playhouse size fairyland structure, toy soldiers, lighted forest, candy canes. 5412 Shire Court, Fair Oaks (95628): The assorted arrangement includes Yoda keeping penguins in line, Huskies guiding Santa’s sleigh, reindeer playing on the Teeter-totter, angels welcoming the Nativity. FOLSOM Dovewood Court - A popular street for Christmas light displays, each house gets involved. Ledgemont Court, Folsom (95630): Nine consecutive homes in the area dubbed Candy Cane Lane, revolves around candy cane decorations and themes such as Peter Pan. 108 Pradera Court, Folsom (95630): A new LED snowman joins the yearly display, a 15,000 light spectacle with Santa, Nutcracker soldiers, penguin, swans, a bear, packages, lamp post, a train, and 5 LED Christmas trees. 403 Stafford St., Folsom (95763): The Folsom Zoo Sanctuary hosts its fifth annual Wild Nights and Holiday Lights event featuring thousands of colorful lights, decorated trees, and holiday scenery. Santa will make a visit each night, and the zoo’s bear mascot Santa Paws will greet visitors and pose for photos. There will be carolers and musicians, and the miniature-scale live steam Starlight Express train will operate special nighttime rides ($4 per person). Special feedings and treats will be provided to some of the zoo animals during the event, and docents will be on hand to share animal facts. Event runs 5-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and Wednesday through Dec. 23. Admission is $5 general; free for children ages 2 and younger. Parking is free. LINCOLN 400 Stillwater Court, Lincoln (95648): This address is among the 20 homes that have been lighting up for the past 14 years in Sun City’s Village 27: Millpond Lane (entrance off Del Webb Boulevard), Stillwater Place and Stillwater Court. The yard is spruced with white, illuminated trees and deer. There’s also a well-executed Nativity window display. NATOMAS 2973 Mendel Way, Sacramento (95833): A synchronized light show production on the hour from 5 to 10 p.m. - music transmitted on 98.9. See a sample at ORANGEVALE Dovewood Court (95662): Revelers come out in droves for this treasured blockbuster. It’s suggested to park and walk the cul-de-sac. PLACERVILLE 1434 Country Club Drive, Placerville (95667): The 10th annual display, titled “Celebrating Christmas Both Old and New,” includes a large Santa Toy Shop scene with elves, multicolored lollipops, candy canes, life-size singing Santa and lighted Rudolph. Santa, snowmen, polar bears and penguins sled down “Toboggan Hill.” The roof is displayed with an illuminated life-size Nativity scene and angels, a life-size talking Santa in a large sleigh with lighted presents, helper elf, and animated reindeer. 2975 Five Mile Road, Placerville (95667) : Visit the 11-foot Santa (surrounded by 10,000 lights) between 5 and 9 p.m. RANCHO CORDOVA 10625 Lambrusca Drive, Rancho Cordova (95670): A group of homes on Lambrusca Drive (near Aramon Drive) self-proclaimed as “The Street of Christmas Dreams” feature music, Christmas displays with thousands of lights, which include deer, trees and snowmen. However, the folks at this address attests a surprise will appear in an upstairs window one week before Christmas. ROCKLIN Pebble Creek Drive -- The whole neighborhood is decorated with beautiful lights and displays from Disney movies new and old. They also always have a canned food bin and several houses. 5620 Onyx Drive, Rocklin (95677): Although it’s a family effort, Mom gets all the credit for the wooden figures. Santa, reindeer, snowman, gingerbread men, lit snowflakes, and spiral trees are all part of the display. Tune the car radio to FM 104.7 for this musical light show, which takes 14 computers to run, and 224 extension cords. Each show lasts about 30 minutes. Starts at dusk and runs until 10 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, and until midnight Fridays-Sundays. For a sample of the show, go to Photos at ROSEVILLE Twinwood Loop -- Sidewalks lined with arches of lights, every house engulfed with arrays of lights. Enter street both sides are decorated. 607 Falcon Way, Roseville (95661): The ornate yard is comprised of a candy cane sidewalk, 6-foot-tall blow up penguin wearing hunting hat, blow up hunting duck, 8-foot-wide Noel sign, 7-foot-tall Santa on a John Deere tractor, 8-foot Santa climbing ladder to decorate tree with puppy grabbing his britches, newly built 7-foot Christmas tree with ornaments. Roof has large wreath, Santa wearing camouflage looking through binoculars, reindeer head with wreath and Nativity scene. Several new window light decorations. Number of twinkling lights: 28,000. SACRAMENTO 279-299 Ainger Circle, Sacramento (95825): Multiple houses are decked out with various displays, including Nativity, fun characters, and music. Luminary display on Christmas Eve. 1600 Exposition Blvd., Sacramento (95815): Holiday lights aren’t just for decorating houses anymore. Cal Expo Fairgrounds is the setting for the 17-acre light display theme park, Global Winter Wonderland. Experience a light festival, along with staged performances, rides and games, photos with Santa, and holiday shopping. It runs 4:30-10 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays; 4:30-11 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. Open daily Dec. 19-Jan. 4; and today-Sunday. Admission is $16 general; $12 seniors and for youth ages 4-12; free for children ages 3 and younger. For more information, go to 3961 Fair Oaks Blvd., Sacramento (95864): Besides the life-size Elf on The Shelf, who’s on the move nightly, there are six 60-foot themed Christmas trees, a snowy meadow with deer, dancing lights choreographed to music, Santa’s sleigh and reindeer flying across the night sky, a gingerbread house with smoke billowing out from its chimney, Nativity scene, angels, Nutcracker soldiers, and more. New and unwrapped toys accepted for Sutter Memorial Hospital. Find more information on Facebook at “Rosies Toy Drive.” 53rd and S streets, Sacramento (95819): The center of the holiday spirit in this neighborhood can be found off T Street, where folks continue its annual tradition of illuminated hoops over sidewalks and walkways. 4335 54th St., Sacramento (95820): All original creations: titled “Visions of Santa,” from the 10-foot Santa Spider made of leaves to a full-size pogo-stick Santa, and a snowman made of bicycle wheels. 9501 Heinlein Way, Sacramento (95829): Polar bears, penguins, snowmen and Rudolph compliment the display. 3601 Kranhold Way, Sacramento (95827): Blue icicles cascade from the roof. A concentration of colored, dancing lights along the fence. Soft white lights along the plants and bottom of the fence, and white lights covering the house. More than 18,000 luminous LED lights. 2901 Tioga Way, Sacramento (95821): Visitors will see Snoopy and Woodstock around a Charlie Brown Christmas tree; snowmen and penguins; Santa, his sleigh, reindeer and presents; icicles. 4008 Vosburg St., Sacramento (95826) : The gingerbread-style theme includes gum drops and candy, Santa and Rudolf, a Nativity scene, snowmen, and illuminated presents under a Christmas tree. Macy’s Theatre of Lights: Old Sacramento’s sixth annual Theatre of Lights. The free outdoor performances blends a symphony of lights, sounds and visual effects with a reading of “The Night Before Christmas.” Shows continue at 6:15 and 7:45 p.m. Thursdays-Sundays, with special holiday performances at 6:15 p.m. on Christmas Eve, and 7 and 8:30 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Held on K Street, between Front and Second streets, Old Sacramento. For more information, go to East Sacramento/Fabulous 40s East Sacramento, and the Fabulous 40s in particular, is a great place to spend some time looking at pretty houses all dressed up in holiday décor. In fact, if you only have time to go to one area, this is where you should head, since the houses are beautiful and, when they are adorned in festive lights, they are truly something to behold. Head up and down 40th through 48th streets, between J Street and Folsom Blvd., and you’re bound to see some impressive light displays. Once you’ve done some admiring, head over to Roxy or Bandera for late night drinks, appetizers or dinner. The Fabulous 40s are in East Sacramento, and the name loosely refers to the area bordered by 40th and 48th Streets west and east, and J Street and Folsom Boulevard north and south. If you're looking to for an old-fashioned light show this Christmas, the Fabulous 40s are for you: the neighborhood's stately residences boast classic architecture and a vintage holiday feel. Land Park/Curtis Park Land Park and Curtis Park, located just south of Broadway, present another fantastic opportunity for a Christmas light tour through Sacramento. Like the Fabulous 40s, the area is a great example of old-style Sacramento architecture, characterized by magnificent homes all decked out with sparkling lights and trees for Yuletide. So make your way to anywhere between Broadway and Vallejo and East Curtis Drive and West Curtis Drive, and you'll be sure to enjoy a beautiful holiday ride through one of Sacramento's most esteemed neighborhoods. Both Land Park and Curtis Park boast grand homes and large trees, which make for the perfect staging of holiday decorations. (Insider tip: It’s pretty much an unspoken requirement that the houses along Land Park Drive just south of Broadway go all out for the holidays, so anywhere along Land Park between Broadway and Vallejo you’re guaranteed to see some amazing displays; ditto for East Curtis Drive and West Curtis Drive, the streets facing Curtis Park.) After you’ve cruised Land Park and Curtis Park to see the lights, head to Tower Café, Pangaea Two Brews Cafe or Riverside Clubhouse to get your late night fill of drinks, food and, in the case of Tower Café, some killer desserts. River Park River Park is another lovely spot to enjoy the Christmas season in Sacramento. Located off H Street near to Sac State CSUS. There’s really only one way in and out (Carlson Drive) and most houses on the main streets (Carlson and Sandburg) get into the festive spirit with decorations and displays, the neighborhood close to East Sac and is accessible via Carlson Drive off of H Street. River Park's two main streets Carlson and Sandburg, where you'll find plenty of festive light displays in this quiet, charming section of Sacramento. Along with a cup of hot cocoa, River Park's decorations are just what you need to get your family into the Christmas spirit on a chilly December evening. After you’ve made your way through the River Park loop, head to nearby Tupelo Coffee House or Old Soul at Weatherstone for a late-night pick me up of the caffeinated variety (Old Soul also has beer and wine!)