The lights are strung and the halls are decked, make your way to these adorable Mississippi towns to get in the holiday spirit.
50 Nights of Lights | Cleveland
More than 100,000 lights will transform Cleveland into a winter wonderland this holiday season. Join the darling Delta town from November 9th until December 31st for lights, Santa, music, shopping, dining and more.
Also check out in the Delta: Downtown Main Street, Yazoo City
Photo credit: Visit Cleveland
Harbor Lights | Gulfport
This spectacular light show on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is being presented as a walking tour OR aboard a free heated trolley. Participants will be able to visit with Santa in Santa’s Village every night, take pictures at any of the Elfie Selfie stations located throughout the park and enjoy hot chocolate, marshmallows, and concession items available for purchase.
Photo Credit: Coastal Mississippi
Christmas on the Square | Oxford
Straight out of a Hallmark movie, the Oxford square has decked the halls for the holiday season. Visitors can stroll the sidewalks and enjoy the season, immersed in lights and holiday music, as they pop into gift shops, vintage stores and boutiques for unique items, special sales and samples.
Also check out in the region: Southern Lights, Southaven
Photo Credit: Visit Oxford
City of Lights | Canton
More than 200,000 twinkling white lights will sparkle and light up Canton’s Historic Courthouse Square during this family favorite holiday tradition. Amongst the breathtaking lights will be an interactive Christmas Village, full of family-friendly activities for children of all ages. Festival hours will be 5-9 p.m. Nov. 29 - Dec. 23.
Photo Credit: Canton Tourism
Christmas in the Park | Tylertown
The largest community event of its kind in the area, Tylertown’s Christmas in the Park is a colorful Christmas display of millions of lights staged at Holmes Water Park. More than 25,000 visitors travel to this quaint Mississippi town every year to enjoy the festivities.
Also check out in the region: Christmas in Natchez, Natchez
Photo Credit: Town of Tylertown