A 39,000-pound blackout curtain is key to the magic of St. Pete’s ‘Enchant’ Christmas light maze

[image-19] If you need to forget about your worries and your strife or sip cocktails from a giant blinking light bulb, head…

By Chelsea Zukowski

A 39,000-pound blackout curtain is key to the magic of St. Pete’s ‘Enchant’ Christmas light maze
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The 25 best ways to see Christmas lights in Tampa Bay this holiday season

Christmas palm trees, fake snow, boat parades and a whole lot of twinkly lights. If you're looking to gaze upon as many…

By CL Staff

 Pirate Water Taxi River of Lights  
    Boarding and Departure at Tampa Convention Center
    Nov. 26-Dec. 30
    The Pirate Taxi will be taking people on a boat tour of River of Lights for $20 a pop for the kids and $25 tickets for adults. Kids get to write a letter to Santa and send it through a “mail buoy” to the North Pole. Christmas Carols will be sung, and there's a pretty nice view of downtown Tampa.
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The 20 best ways to see Christmas lights in Tampa Bay this holiday season

If you're looking for the twinkliest of lights in Tampa Bay, you have plenty of options. From boat parades, to parks covered…

By CL Staff

River of Lights Holiday Cruises
    333 S Franklin St, Tampa
    Select dates in November and December, check website for details
     Captain Jack II will be operating at 50% capacity for this year’s water taxi tour of Holiday lights. Take in the sights of Downtown Tampa’s seasonal decorations and lights and get a visit from a jolly pirate elf. There will of course be sing-a-longs, snow flurries and letters to write to Santa. Tickets start at $25 for adults and $20 for children.
    Photo via Pirate Water Taxi/Facebook
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The most festive things to do in Tampa Bay this holiday season

Feeling moderately chilly, arguing with your relatives, and sipping on hot cocoa aren't the only festivities going down in Tampa Bay this…

By CL Staff

Winter Wonderland Clearwater
    200 N Fort Harrison Ave. Clearwater, FL
    December 2 – 22
    Since 1993, Clearwater community volunteers have put together a Winter Wonderland that has become pretty popular. Admission is free except for some rides and refreshments, other than that guests can enjoy activities such as, a hot chocolate shop, a petting zoo, a Bouncy House, a Giant Slide and the Holiday Express Train.
    Photo via Winter Wonderland Clearwater/Facebook
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