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Somerville Illuminations Tour 2010

The Somerville Illuminations Tour - Dec 18, 2010

The Somerville Illuminations Tour - Dec 18, 2010

Somerville Illuminations Tour 2010   Christmas lights are one of my very favorite things. Many homeowners in the city go all out and the display can be dazzling.  More houses on my street have lights than don’t.  What a treat from our neighbors who pay that hefty electric bill!

Somerville Illuminations Christmas Lights Tour

Some Somerville homeowners really do it up with extraordinary displays of Christmas lights and figures.

Each year the Somerville Arts Council has a trolley tour of the best Christmas lights displays in Somerville. 

This year’s Illuminations Tour is scheduled for  Saturday, December 18, 2010

Tickets went on sale on December 1st and the 45 minute tour typically sells out.  Tickets are sold for set times and for a particular trolley.  Trolleys leave from City Hall and tour times run from 4:30 pm to 9:15 pm.

Tickets are sold only at the Blue Cloud Gallery in Ball Square, Somerville at 713 Broadway.  Tickets must be purchased in person and paid for by cash or check only. 

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for Seniors and children 12 and under.

The Blue Cloud is open Mon – Thurs from 11 to 7, Fri & Sat from 10 to 6, and Sun from 11 to 6.

Somerville Illuminations Bike Tour

This year the Somerville Bike Committee is holding a bike tour of the Illuminations route.  The tour leaves from City Hall concourse at 7:15 pm on December 18th.  Participants must wear bike helmets and have bicycle lights.  There is no charge to participate.

The bicycle ride will be canceled in the case of heavy wind, rain or snow.  The Illuminations Tour by trolley will be held even if there is rain or light snow and typically is only cancelled if there is a snow emergency.

Whether you’re traveling by bike or trolley be sure to bundle up – and enjoy the ride!

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