Christmas Tree Worms

December 12, 2011 by staff 

Christmas Tree Worms, This winter, San Diego will welcome thousands of holiday travelers looking for a vacation from the cold. The city’s version of a winter wonderland features temperate days and palm trees lit with twinkle lights instead of blizzards and snowdrifts, but the difference in climate doesn’t mean there is any less holiday spirit. Visitors will be happy to know that they can still enjoy the regions big theme parks and zoos without having to sacrifice a moment of holiday fun. Here is what the big three- Legoland, San Diego Zoo, and SeaWorld- have planned for the holidays.

Legoland: This year, the flip on the world’s largest Lego Christmas tree was switched by world famous skateboarder, Tony Hawk and the holiday celebrations began in a way that only Legoland can offer. The Lego tree is made of over 245,000 brick and adorned with hundreds of Lego ornaments, including 50 new skateboard ornaments. Posing by the snowman made of 37,000 bricks and a life-size Santa accompanied by two reindeer and his sleigh made of 51,000 bricks makes for a great photo op. Visitors can build snowmen complete with Lego carrots and throw snowballs at Lego-themed targets and then top the day off watching the nightly fireworks show. If you are looking for more holiday fun, be sure to head next door to Sealife Aquarium where they have Christmas tree worms and a holiday dive show featuring A Fishmas Carol.

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