If there's one thing we've learned over the past couple of years, you don't need to get out of the car to enjoy some of the best things about life.

Curbside is where it's at. You can get your groceries, pick up food, and even order clothes and have them run out to your vehicle.

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You can go to a zoo and sit in your car and look at the animals.

We also learned that last year, you could also get into the Christmas spirit and check out some incredible holiday displays without ever having to leave the comfort of your own ride.

Not saying that this wasn't a thing before 2020, but there are some places that saw the demand and created some of the "biggest and brightest" Christmas spectaculars your eyes will ever see.

Like in Caledonia, Wisconsin where the Christmas Carnival of Lights at Jellystone Park is situated. They've been at it for a while now and it seems they may have perfected the formula.

That's because it was named one of America's Most Spectacular Christmas Light Drive-Thrus by Cheapism.

Cheapism via MSN:

After passing more than 2 million lights illuminating the forested setting, the route ends at a workshop where children can see Santa, adults can peruse the gift shop, and both can sip hot beverages.

The Christmas Carnival of Lights dubs itself as "Southeastern Wisconsin's biggest, brightest and most dazzling drive-thru holiday light show" and it sounds well-earned.

You can get a car pass for up to 8 people for $30, with large passenger vans along with bus and camper admissions a tad pricier. The Christmas Carnival of Lights also offers a rate for those traveling in large buses.

The holiday light extravaganza is set to open on November 20 and will be open daily starting Saturday, November 27.

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