May your days be merry and bright in the South Bay this holiday season! The Sleepy Hallow neighborhood that is famous for its truly terrifying Halloween horror nights has transformed into Candy Cane Lane, a sparkling, winter wonderland. White lights drape from the trees along the sidewalk almost like hanging snowflakes sparkling above the pathway. It’s as close as some South Bay residents get to seeing snow without leaving the city. If you want to get the warm, fuzzy, holiday feelings, this is the place to visit. Drive thru slowly while listening to Christmas music and enjoying the amazing light displays or get out and take a festive stroll with your loved ones.
Travel through an entire neighborhood strewn in holiday lights with elaborate displays featured in every yard. Holiday music dances through the air, ringing joyfully into every ear. Watch parts of treasured Christmas movies being projected onto the sides of houses. Feel free to join in the holiday spirit that this neighborhood is so generous to share with the rest of the South Bay.
Show some support for the neighborhood that cheerfully spreads holiday merriment each year and get yourself a sweet treat too. Vendors sell hot chocolate, cookies, churros, cupcakes and more! Many of the vendors are children who are raising funds for various organizations and school related activities. Some are just making a little to go toward the electric bills.
Plan Your Trip
The traffic can get pretty congested and slow moving which is good if you are in the mood to take your time. If you would rather walk you can park along PCH, Calle Mayor or Prospect and walk in on Robert Road. Be advised that the sidewalks can be a little off kilter making it a little difficult for strollers and walking.
What types of things do you like to do to get into the holiday spirit?
Candy Cane Lane Christmas Light Extravaganza
Pacific Coast Highway / Calle Mayor
Torrance, CA 90505