The leaves are gone, and we are left with the cold, brisk air around the Triangle – for the most part, those random 70-degree days are an exception. It’s the time of year where we are counting down the days until Christmas. Luckily for us, the Triangle offers some of the best activities and events for those looking to get in the holiday spirit. In this blog post, Raleigh Cary Realty breaks down some of our favorite events you won’t want to miss out on this December.
Here are some events happening around the Triangle this December:
- WRAL Night of Lights: From November 21st to December 24th, WRAL has partnered with the City of Raleigh to offer a drive-thru light show at Dorothea Dix Park. This 1.3-mile route is a great option for those who want to stay warm in the comfort of their own cars while enjoying a dazzling light show. To buy tickets, click here.
- Christmas Eve Day Historic Oakwood Neighborhood Walking Tour: Historic Oakwood in Raleigh is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city known for its beautiful architecture and rich history. In this walking tour, guests will learn more about the homes while also viewing the wonderful Christmas decor. To register, click here.
- NC Chinese Lantern Festival: This event has become extremely popular in recent years and provides a new cultural experience for Triangle residents. This year, the festival is setting record-high attendance levels. The displays will be up until January 9th, 2022 – you won’t want to miss out! Click here to purchase tickets.
- The Nutcracker by Carolina Ballet: This is one of the only Nutcracker productions with magic performed live on stage. This holiday classic is brought to life for families all over the state to love. To secure your tickets, click here.
Missed out on one of these events? Don’t worry. There are plenty of holiday events around the Triangle to attend this December. If you’re looking to move to the area, Raleigh Cary Realty provides quality real estate services to those in central North Carolina. Contact us today for any questions.