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Best Christmas Lights in Tulsa

December 16, 2021

Best Christmas Lights in Tulsa

1. Kringle's Christmas Land in Jenks

Kringle's Christmas Land is sure to please, with a decadent display of lights and vintage Christmas scenes. Created by local personality Ben Sumner, Kringle's Christmas Land is a national success, winning ABC’s, The Great Christmas Light Fight in 2020! Kringle’s Christmas Land this year is brought to you by Amber Marie & Company.
12520 S Date Pl
Jenks, OK 74037
Lights on nightly from 6:00-10pm now through Dec. 31st 2021.
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2. FlyTulsa Helicopter Tours 
Looking for adventure and an unforgettable Christmas experience? FlyTulsa is giving tours through December 30! Choose from 3 routes: 
Paragon Jingle Hop (10 miles) at $65/person
Rhema and Downtown (26 miles) at $145/person
Santa's Route (40 miles) at $465/person. 
Learn more and book your tour here.
3. Rhema Lights in Broken Arrow 
Rhema Bible Church
1025 W Kenosha St
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Lights on from 5:30 PM - 11:30 PM through January 2.
Rhema Christmas Lights is a Tulsa favorite and attracts viewers from across the state and beyond. A breathtaking display of  lights with carriage rides, hot cocoa, and a large walking path, this free experience is fun for the whole family. Just driving by is impressive, but get out and walk through to be immersed in the dazzling experience! Now in its 40th year, nearly three million lights adorn the 110-acre campus. 

4. Paragon Industries Inc.

3378 W. Oklahoma 117

Sapulpa, OK 


Just outside of Tulsa, nearly 2 million lights illuminate a 3/4 mile stretch of HWY 117 at Paragon Industries. For two decades, Paragon has continued the tradition of dazzling passersby with a beautiful show of lights. 


5. Santa at Utica Square 

21st Street and Utica Avenue

Tulsa, OK 

Santa will be there:
Monday-Friday: 1pm-7pm
Saturday: 11am-9pm
Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Christmas Eve: 11am-4pm

Looking for that quintessential Christmas feel? Utica Square shopping center in Tulsa is a treasured tradition. Children can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and see charming nutcrackers and lights throughout the idyllic, illuminated center amidst shops and restaurants, many of which have been around for generations. 

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5. Botanic Garden of Lights

3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive

Tulsa, OK 74127

Thursdays - Sundays, Nov. 26,-Dec. 12, 5-9 p.m. 
Open nightly: Dec. 16-Jan. 2, 5-9 p.m.
(closed Dec. 24, 25 & 31) 

Just a few minutes northwest of downtown Tulsa, the gorgeous grounds of the Tulsa Botanic Garden are adorned in Christmas lights and accompanied with holiday music, cocoa and places to warm up inside! Enjoy beverages like hot cocoa and other options (including spiked!), and even buy a s'mores kits.  Make sure to see the holiday hay maze/snowball pit, fire pits, and multiple photo opportunities!

It cost $15 for adults ages 16 and up and $6 ages 3-15.

Learn more here.