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1. The Magic Tree

A Columbia landmark! The Village of Cherry Hill is home to this tree adorned with colorful lights from trunk to treetop. Bring your camera- this is the perfect spot for a family photo! Open daily, evenings until January 6th.

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2. Candy Cane Crib

Now located at Logboat Brewing Company! Head downtown to check out an impressive light display and support a good cause. The Candy Cane Crib proudly takes donations for the local Boys & Girls Club of Columbia.

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3. The District

Downtown Columbia is home to a second "magic tree", as well as giant illuminated snowflakes lining the street and an enormous wreath on Landmark Bank. Plus, get a little last-minute shopping done and support our local businesses!

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4.  Warm Springs Ranch

Home to the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales, Warm Springs Ranch is decorated with thousands of holiday lights this year. Plus, visit the stables and take a photo with a Clydesdale!

Thursday-Sunday from 5-8pm, until December 30th. $5 admission, no reservations required.

25270 State Highway 98, Boonville, MO 65233

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5.  The Crossing Magic Tree

The largest magic tree in Columbia! This 85-foot Sycamore tree is adorned with over 200,000 lights, totaling 38 miles! Open 5-10 pm daily. Enjoy hot drinks and live music on Friday evenings from 6-9pm.

You can also enjoy a tour of some of Columbia's festively-lit homes and landmarks from the comfort of a bus tour! Pre-registration is required, and tickets are available through Columbia Parks and Recreation.

December 8th, 6:15-7:30pm or 7:45-9pm.