Christmas has arrived in Los Angeles and decorations are starting to pop up all over town. We have updated this post for 2019 to let you know when the actual Christmas tree lighting ceremonies happen in Los Angeles this Christmas Season.
One can’t help but notice the “Christmas tree” in Marina Del Rey is a bit different…. it’s not a tree, it’s a sailboat!
This Christmas tree decorated in ghoulish skulls is probably the most unusual Christmas tree to be found in Los Angeles. It’s the Christmas tree from the dark side….
Since 1958 the lighting of the Christmas Tree atop the Capitol Records Building has been a signal to Angelenos that the Christmas Season has arrived.
This photo of shoppers lined up outside FIGat7th in Downtown Los Angeles was taken at about 2:30 in the afternoon on Thanksgiving Day.
Los Angeles may not get much in terms of snow (none), but the city makes up for it when it comes to going all out for Christmas. We set out in this post to bring you the most extensive list of Christmas light displays in the greater Los Angeles area.