This Might Be The Last Year To View This Astounding Display Of Over 350,000 Christmas Lights In Connecticut

There is a house in our state that puts on the most over-the-top holiday display and it looked as though it might all come unplugged at the end of the 2017 Christmas season. Wonderland at Roseville, one of the best Christmas light displays in Connecticut, has become a seasonal tradition here in the Nutmeg State and has always celebrated the holidays with an extraordinary enthusiasm that is contagious to its visitors. The Roseville Christmas lights being dimmed permanently would be the Grinchiest thing ever!

In 2019, another potential threat to the continuation of the display arose due to health concerns of one of the family members, but so far, so good. You can follow the Wonderland at Roseville Facebook page for more information and any future updates on the status of the display.

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There are plenty of ways to celebrate Christmas in Connecticut, take a look at this list of holiday activities.

Address: 226 Roseville Terrace, Fairfield, CT 06824, USA

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Christmas light displays in Connecticut

October 22, 2022

Where else can I see Christmas lights in Connecticut?

There are lots of places to see Christmas lights in Connecticut, including Fantasy of Lights at Lighthouse Point Park, one of the most intricate light displays around, Festival of Silver Lights at Hubbard Park, and Holiday Light Fantasia at Goodwin Park, just to name a few.

What are some unique ways to celebrate Christmas in Connecticut?

A Connecticut Christmas is a book by talented photographer and journalist Caryn B. Davis that will allow those who are homebound or who perhaps cannot get around very well to get to festivities to still celebrate the season right where they are. For those who can travel, there is The Pink Sleigh, a hidden gem Christmas cabin that makes for a delightful experience.

Where can I visit Santa in Connecticut?

Santa’s holiday schedule is jam-packed this year. In East Haven on November 25, he will be at The Shore Line Trolley Museum for photos, and his elves will be helping to ensure every child gets a free gift, an early taste of Christmas morning. From November 25 through December 24, you can find Santa and get a photo with him at the Greenwich Reindeer Festival and Santa’s Workshop event at Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses. In Colchester on December 13, Santa will be at Mel’s Downtown Creamery where children can sit on his lap and give him their letters or wish lists. These are just a few of the many places to find Santa!

Address: 226 Roseville Terrace, Fairfield, CT 06824, USA

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