Take in dazzling lights & a laser show around The Strand in Downtown Galveston

Photo: Billy Hill | Courtesy of Galveston CVB

Marvel at the spectacular lights and laser shows that blanket The Strand District and Downtown Galveston from Friday, November 29 through Sunday, December 22, 2019. 

From the striking Victorian architecture that lines The Strand district to Saengerfest Park and beyond, Downtown Galveston again brightens up this holiday season as it transforms into a winter wonderland with holiday displays, Christmas lighting, and a multi-story laser show.

Strings of dazzling lights will line the historic Strand district, where you can wrap up holiday shopping as you browse boutiques, gift shops, art galleries and antique shops that fill the street.

Swing through the nearby Saengerfest Park to check out their holiday displays, featuring a gleaming 30-foot-tall Christmas tree and a giant snow globe for weekend photo opportunities.

New this year, the American National Insurance Company Building will be graced by a stunning four-hour holiday laser show projection, synchronized to holiday music that begins every thirty minutes. You can tune into RadioGalveston.com for the accompanying music and enjoy the show from 6pm to 10pm on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through Sunday, December 22, 2019.

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Holiday Lasers & Lights in Downtown Galveston

Photo courtesy of Galveston CVB

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