Why St. Lucie Should Be On Your Holiday Destination Bucket List
Whether you’re looking for a quick getaway or the perfect place to spend the holidays with your family- St. Lucie has all of the charm, unique attractions and festive events to get you into the holiday spirit.
Dancing Palm Trees
Enjoy a spectacular holiday light show put on by the palm trees in Marina Square. That’s right, every night starting on November 25th through the end of December, the “Dancing Palm Trees” show will take place in Downtown Fort Pierce every 30 minutes.
Unique Holiday Events
Sights & Sounds on Second
There will be magic in the air and music all around on Sunday, December 4, 2022 at the 34th Annual Sights & Sounds on Second Parade in Historic Downtown Fort Pierce with this year’s new theme, “Country Christmas”!
Heathcote’s Garden of Lights
11/25-12/17 (Fridays & Saturdays), 12/22-12/30 (Thursdays & Fridays)
Stroll through a beautiful display of holiday lights and décor at Heathcote Botanical Gardens. Only $10 per person.
Holiday Lights at the Gardens
November 25th – December 30th
On select Fridays and Saturdays, the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens will be illuminated with over 2500 LED lights, adorned with ice sculptures and holiday displays and multiple holiday photo spots for the family.
See a Holiday Show
See a show at the Historic Sunrise Theatre. From Buddy the Elf to the Nutcracker Ballet, sit back and relax at one of the outstanding shows coming to the Sunrise Theater this season.
Need Another Reason?
1. No Sweater Weather
Sit outside and enjoy the light breeze as you relax in 70 to 80 degree weather.
2. No Crowds
Forget the hustle & bustle of the usual tourist spots this time of year.
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