Sunday 29th November 2015,

Christmas Lights in the Inland Empire – Map / List

Christmas lights throughout the Inland Empire bring holiday cheer.

The holiday season would not be the same without the brilliant Christmas lights that bring the holiday cheer to Riverside and San Bernardino counties. We’re compiling a list of the beautiful neighborhoods and businesses that bring holiday lights to our region.

  • Mission Inn Festival of Lights Lighting Ceremony 2011

    The Mission Inn Festival of Lights – Lighting Ceremony 2011

    Festival of Lights – Mission Inn – Riverside

    • Considered one of the premier holiday light events in Southern California. From Black Friday until early January.
  • Thoroughbred Street Christmas Holiday Lights – Alta Loma / Rancho Cucamonga

    • North of the 210 Freeway, off Sapphire Street in Alta Loma. 8287 Thoroughbred St, Alta Loma, CA 91701. Ends on Christmas Night. This is a traditional light display (not set to music) and is most certainly the most talked about Christmas light display in the Inland Empire. Expect lots of traffic on Christmas Eve. Plan accordingly.

  • 9563 Langston St., Rancho Cucamonga

  • 3532 Spur Court, Chino

As of 2011, Christmas in Chino is no longer active. We put this video up to inspire others to greatness!

Want even more? Check out the Gmaps online with lengthy listings for Southwest Riverside County and Fritz Coleman from NBC’s 2011 list.

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These locations are being listed before the start of the 2011 season, so this list may not be up to date. Best of luck finding these holiday treasures!

Know of some other houses or streets with brilliant Christmas Lights in the Inland Empire? Email us at!

Categories: Alta Loma, Chino, Chino Hills, Christmas, Corona, Free Things To Do, Holidays, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, The Inland Empire, Yucaipa

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