Take An Enchanting Winter Walk Through Heritage Museums & Gardens In Massachusetts
The holiday season in Massachusetts means family, hot chocolate and plenty of glittering lights. Lucky for us, this enchanting winter walk delivers all three. Gardens Aglow at Heritage Museums & Gardens will lead you through a wonderland of lights plus plenty of festive activities. If you’re looking for your next holiday tradition, be sure to check out the best winter hike in Massachusetts.
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This event will run Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 29 through December 29, 2019, 4:30pm-8:30pm. Tickets to this event are $17 for adult members of Heritage Museums & Gardens. Non-member adult tickets are $20, youth tickets (3-17) are $8, and kids two and under are free. Heritage Museums & Gardens is located at 67 Grove Street, Sandwich MA.
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets in advance. If you’re looking for more things to do in winter in Massachusetts, check out some of the best Christmas towns here.
What are the best walk through light displays in Massachusetts?
For another Christmas light hike in Massachusetts, venture to ZooLights in Stoneham. This annual event lets you experience the Stone Zoo like never before. Walk under thousands of twinkling lights and feel your heart soar. This event is perfect for the young and the young at heart.
Can I go hiking in the winter in Massachusetts?
There are several great places for winter hiking in Massachusetts. For some peaceful sights, head over to Tyringham Cobble in Tyringham. This 206-acre nature preserve is home to 2 miles of pristine trails. When the valley is covered in snow, the end result is absolutely magical. The Let Conservation Area, located in Westport, is another great hiking destination. This nature reserve will feel like your own private getaway. For more winter hiking ideas, check out our feature article here.
What are the best parks to visit in the winter in Massachusetts?
Noon Hill, located in Medfield, is an astonishing park to visit during winter. This area is home to 4.5 miles of trails that are great for winter sports. If you’re not feeling that adventurous, you can also journey to the Charles River and search for wildlife. No matter what you’re into, this park has something that will put a smile on your face.