Our Neighborhood Tradition

Sylvan Ramble Lights is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to raise awareness for other 501(c)(3) non-profits in our community. To do that, we build a computerized light show in South Tampa (Florida) during the holidays. We run shows during October (which are Halloween themed) and December (which are Christmas themed). We started five years ago and have grown exponentially since! We now have over 200,000 individually controllable channels of lights, fountains, smoke effects, and moving props! Each year, we collect monetary donations for local non-profits. Together, we have raised thousands for local charities such as Clothes To Kids, The Florida Children's Home, and Kids and Canines. This year we are fundraising for Clothes To Kids during Halloween and Where Love Grows during Christmas. Trust us when we say, you won't want to miss our show! Drive on over, and experience Sylvan Ramble Lights for yourself this holiday season!
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FAQ

  • How long are the shows?
    About 15-20 minutes!
  • Are the shows family friendly?
    Yes! All of our shows are suitible for any age.
  • What is the 2021 charity?
    For Halloween, Clothes To Kids! For Christmas, Where Love Grows!
  • Do you walk or drive through this show?
    While you can view the show from your car or by walking to the sidewalk, there is nothing to walk or drive through. You stay in one spot while surrounded by lights all around you!
  • Are tickets required?
    We won’t turn people away without tickets. However, we are asking everyone to register via our website before attending. This allows us to keep traffic reasonable. We will cap the shows at 60 attendees.
  • Where do I park?
    The only parking available is street parking. On certain nights, during the earlier shows, parking can become challenging. We ask that you take the first available space and walk if you are able. If you are handicap, call us upon arrival and we will help you find closer parking.

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