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December 13, 14, and 15: Climb aboard the Holly Trolley double-decker for a 55-minute guided tour of Downtown and the Historic District’s spectacular nighttime display of holiday lights and décor. See “A” Street from up high with a stop at Heritage Square for hot cocoa and cookies, then cruise through the timeless Christmas Tree Lane. The Holly Trolley Tours are an annual favorite in Downtown and a perfect way to spend time with loved ones. Prepaid advanced reservations are a must. Toddlers riding on parent's laps are free. Tours Depart from a new location at 327 North Fifth Street (Plaza Park Parking lot). Enjoy our newly added Downtown Oxnard Makers Market as it makes its debut so you can get some holiday shopping in as well.
DISCLAIMER: Downtown Oxnard Merchants Association (DOMA) makes a best effort to provide a great Holly Trolley Holiday Lights Tour but cannot guarantee the quantity or quality of lights or displays to be seen. Dress according to the weather conditions since this is an open-air vehicle and you will be getting on and off the trolley. There is no assigned seating. Plan to arrive early for best choice of seat. Accommodations will be made for people with special needs. There is no smoking permitted on the Trolley at any time. Weather and Cancellations: We make every attempt to conduct the tours; therefore, we do go in the rain. If weather conditions become severe, the tour may be cancelled. If DOMA cancels a tour DOMA will refund your money. There will be no refunds if you cancel your reservation or fail to arrive in time for your scheduled tour.
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Downtown Oxnard Merchants Association
The Oxnard Downtowners was formed in the late 1980s by a group of downtown merchants and volunteers committed to a healthy and vibrant downtown. The group became known as the Downtown Oxnard Merchants Association (DOMA) in later years, but regardless of our name, our mission has never changed: to support and help create a successful and revitalized downtown Oxnard.