Holiday Light Displays in Greater Boston and Beyond!

There is nothing quite like piling the family into the car and heading out to look at beautiful, twinkling holiday lights! 

If you are looking for a festive treat, plan a trip to one of these amazing holiday light displays! 

Magic of Lights

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough :: November 19 – December 24 :: $40–55 per car

Enjoy this beautiful holiday lights experience from the comfort of your car! See your favorite holiday scenes and characters of the season using digital animations and LED technology. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.

Greater Boston Celebration of Lights

200 Trapelo Road, Waltham (former Fernald School) :: November 26–January 2 :: $21.99 – 50 per car

Revel in over a mile of roadway transformed into a glittering display of over a million LED lights and animatronic scenes from the comfort of your vehicle!

Winter Wonderland at Southwick’s Zoo

2 Southwick Street, Mendon :: November 26 – January 2 :: $60 per car

Gaze at the beautiful lights as you drive through the Frozen Forest and Whoville. Maybe you will even encounter the Grinch himself! Guests may also stroll through Santa’s Enchanted Village and enjoy a socially distanced meet and greet with Santa, enjoy interactive musical lights and reindeer games, and visit the goats at the petting zoo.

Marshfield Holiday Light Show

Marshfield Fair Grounds, 33 S. River Street, Marshfield :: November 19–December 30 :: $23 – 35 per car

Dozens of dazzling, larger-than-life holiday-themed displays will delight the whole family at this drive-through spectacular! Tune your radio to the show, and enjoy the synced light performance as you travel the mile-long route!

Bright Nights at Forest Park

Forest Park, 300 Sumner Avenue, Springfield :: November 24 – January 2 :: $23 per car, Discounted admission of $10 per car on Tuesdays

It may be a bit of a ride to get there, but the 6 million people who have visited Bright Nights since it began in 1995 will assure you that it is worth the trip. If you aren’t able to make the trip there yourself, you can always enjoy the beauty of the lights on this virtual tour!

Gift Of Lights At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, 1122 Route 106 North, Loudon, NH :: November 25 – January 2 :: $30 – 35 per car

Revel in the beauty of 3.5 million twinkling lights in this 2.5-mile drive-through light show! Guests will enjoy many new displays this year, including a Tunnel of Lights, a package wrapping machine, and a Deer Beach Vacation! 

North Shore Holiday Light Show

Crescent Farms, Haverhill, 1058 Boston Road :: November 19 – December 30 :: $23 – 35 per car 

Enjoy dozens of dazzling, larger-than-life holiday themed displays to delight the entire family!

La Salette Christmas Celebration Of Lights

The National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette, 947 Park Street, Attleboro :: November 25 – January 2 :: Free

The theme of the 68th Annual Christmas Celebration of Lights at La Salette is “Light from Afar.” Guests are invited to walk through more than 400,000 beautiful lights this holiday season. Masks are required, and social distancing from other groups is encouraged.

ZooLights At Stone Zoo

Stone Zoo, 149 Pond Street, Stoneham :: November 19 – January 9 :: $13.95 per ticket, $50 for a 4-pack. Zoo members receive discounted admission of $12.95 per person, $45 for a 4-pack.

Guests will enjoy a one-way stroll through the Zoo, passing through tree-lined paths lit by twinkling lights. Catch a glimpse of the beautifully lit Yukon Creek, and perhaps you will even encounter some reindeer!  

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