It doesn’t matter how many times we visit the Holiday Lights at the brewery in St. Louis (and it really hasn’t even been that many years, yet), there’s always something new to see (this year we saw wood carvers and a sand sculptor!), and the lights are always at least a little bit different. It’s one of my favorite Christmas activities, and it’s still FREE!
I love Christmas in St. Louis!
Last night, we stopped at the Anheuser-Busch brewery to see their holiday lights display. I think they may have the largest wreath in St. Louis!
Much of the display was the same as last year, and it was beautiful!
There were some new things, too…I really loved this skyline display:
And this mid-century advertisement was amazing!
There were decorations inside, as well…I especially love that they decorated the Clydesdale stable!
And one last glimpse of the main entrance before we left:
I’m so glad the brewery started this new tradition a few years ago, because it’s become one of our family’s favorite Christmas events!
Last weekend, we went to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis to look at the Christmas lights. This was a special event, because this year, for the first time, they’ve opened the brewery to foot traffic on the weekends. In the past, you’ve only been able to drive through and look at the lights. It was quite a display, and a lot of fun to get to see the brewery in a whole new “light!”