While out on your holiday light drive, don't forget to stop by 10708 S 87 E Ave, Tulsa, OK. This house goes all out for the Holiday decorations with everything from blow molds and light sculptures to animated figures and inflatable's, and more. Some might say this house is over done? I can only imagine their electric bill at the end of the month!Now if you want to check out the holiday lights in style check out VIP Limousine. This company offers tours of the holiday lights while you ride in the comfort of a Limousine. They will show you only the best Holiday lights in the city. They offer 3 top notch vehicles to make you Holiday Light viewing memorable. Please call and book early they fill up very fast, call (800) 438-3336. Also stop by the Tulsa Christmas Parade of Lights. This event will be held on December 8 from 6pm â€“ 7pm, in downtown Tulsa on the following streets, Cincinnati, 4th St, Boulder. The Parade of Lights in one of the largest Parades in Oklahoma. Featuring giant helium balloons, equestrian and dog unites, shimmering dance squads, drill teams and floats that are beautifully adorned with lights. And the Event is Free to the public. For more info
The Tulsa Garden Center is Hosting Holiday Carriage Rides from 5:30 to 9:30 pm, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 23, and 23. Rides leave every half-hour, from the Tulsa Garden Center Barn, 2435 S. Peoria. Experience a horse- drawn carriage ride and Christmas lights. Ride begins at the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens Visitor Center and continues through Tulsa's picturesque Terwilleger Park. Cost: $100 donation per 30-minute ride (maximum of four adults), includes a complimentary beverage and pictorial memento. Reservations are required. Information and reservations: 746-5125 or www.tulsagardencenter.com.