ST. AUGUSTINE NIGHTS OF LIGHTS
Nights of Lights is the winter holiday celebration in St. Augustine where each historic downtown business and many residents participate by lighting up their buildings. The Nights of Lights celebration was chosen in 2011 and 2012 by National Geographic as one of the ten best holiday lighting displays in the world.
Base of the Bridge of Lions
(The Fort Side)
Nights of Lights Information
A1A Ale Works 7:30 pm
Across From Bridge of Lions
50 metered spaces by fort
Free after 6p.m.
Visitor's Center Parking Lot $10
Good Idea to Carpool and arrive early
to find a parking spot near the bridge
Thursday, December 1, 2016
For Your Reference
Dark Decends 6:49P.M.
A1A Ale Works
YOUR NAME SHOULD BE ON THE SIGN UP SHEET FOR US TO
PLAN DINNER SEATING. EMAIL REQUEST SIGN UP SHEET EMAILED ON 11/17/16 ... RESENDING ON 11/25/16
Jan Gemeinhardt, Outing Leader
Especially significant light displays are visible at Flagler College and the Lightner Museum. The main plaza, called the Plaza de la Constitución, features lights draped around every tree. Another business known for their light display is the Tini Martini Bar and Casablanca Inn. The view of the bayfront from the Bridge of Lions during Nights of Lights is a favorite for many, and a guaranteed photo opportunity.
Photography after dinner is on! We're having dinner in the city and may have less people walking in front of our cameras after dinner!
JCC St. Augustine Nights of Lights Photobook
To add your favorite image(s) to the JCC
Nights of Lights Photo Album, please
add title,firstinitial last name, nights album
title example: reflected light,pcope,nights album
Outing Photo Contest
No Contest for this outing is planned.