This Holiday Boat Display In Maryland Is Better Than Ever For 2023
Tis the season for holiday light displays and this Christmas boat display in Maryland is a must-see. These local boats become all decked out and are put on display for several weeks. Bundle up and walk among the unique display that you’ll want to make an annual tradition. This year — it’s better than ever! Read on for the dazzling details about the Christmas lights in Maryland.
For more information about this Christmas boat display in Maryland, visit the Sailing Through The Winter Solstice web page. Do you have a memory to share from last year’s event? If so, please let us know in the comments. While you’re in the mood for holiday magic, enjoy a twinkling evening under the stars at Coppermine Cascade Park. And when you do your Christmas shopping, consider gifting an exciting experience.
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What are the best Christmas light displays in Maryland?
- Winter City Lights (Reddy Branch Stream Valley Park, 4501 Olney Laytonsville Road, Olney): This spectacular event featuring one million twinkling lights has drawn national attention as one of the largest light shows in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore areas. This extraordinary, technologically advanced show decorates 18 acres with 33 bonfires, a 1.5-mile wooded trail with Christmas lights and displays, a 52-foot tall Christmas lights tree with light shows, an eight-lane Snow Tubing Ride, and more. Enjoy the scenery as you try some delicious treats.
- Winter Festival of Lights (301 Watkins Park Drive, Upper Marlboro): Explore this cool holiday light drive-thru with more than two million sparkling lights. One of the amazing displays is a 54-foot LED musical tree! You'll also enjoy the attractions in the park, such as the miniature train, the Old Maryland Farm, the Chesapeake Carousel, and Watkins Nature Trail. Mark this one down on your holiday calendar.
Symphony Of Lights (Merriweather Post Pavilion 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, MD): For more than 25 years, this holiday tradition has welcomed in the Christmas season. The Merriweather Post Pavilion's historic setting is magical enough, but when it is lit with more than 300,000 light bulbs of larger-than-life animated and stationary holiday light creations, it's astounding. This event is a night to remember.
- Winter Lights Festival (Seneca Creek State Park 11950 Clopper Road Gaithersburg, MD): This 3.5-mile tour has graciously enchanted folks every holiday season since 1995. The drive-thru showcases more than 450 illuminated displays and lovely trees that light up the night that you can see from the warmth of your vehicle. And folks who bring donations of new children’s winter hats, scarves, and gloves receive discounts on their tickets.