Monday, December 06, 2021

Toronto's Merry Christmas lights 2021

Tis the season to enjoy the holiday decorations and lighting displays that light up the night around the Six. The giant herd of deer and the Christmas tree is back in the Toronto Eaton Centre. Don't forget to check out the historic Distillery District Winter Village and head out to Harbourfront for some Saturday night time skating DJ parties under the concert stage.

Cavalcade of Lights is on in Nathan Phillips Square at City Hall
Toronto's outdoor rinks are open
From the City's website, "Experience the magic of the holiday season with Cavalcade of Lights, from November 27 to January 7 at Nathan Phillips Square. This year, the reimagined festivities will be different, transforming City Hall and its surroundings into a dazzling wonderland each night from 5 to 11 p.m. The City’s glittering tree and skating events return plus – new for this year – mesmerizing light installations inspired by cultural festivals from around the world. Explore tunnels made from thousands of energy-efficient bulbs, discover glowing ice sculptures in an enchanted forest and watch as beams of light animate City Hall like never before."

The gorgeous illuminated trees at Commerce Court remind me of watching familiar Christmas movies over and over during the holidays

See more lights after the jump.

Nothing bugs the family of elephant sculpture in the adjoining square

One of my favourite places, Brookfield Place, has the lights hanging in the arch of the Allen Lambert Galleria. The cool Christmas tree lights in Sam Pollock Square are missing, along with the massive flakes of snow 

I found a mobile menorah outside the Toronto Eaton Centre celebrating Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights

Union Station has a skating rink for TD Union Holiday which is on until January 2nd
The skating is free - but you have to register for a timed slot

Behind Union Station near Jurassic Park and the Scotiabank Arena is the relocated Humanity Project art installation

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