The Christmas Lights Road Trip Through Pennsylvania That Will Take You To 10 Magical Displays
Create Christmas magic and lifelong memories as you embark on a unique adventure this holiday season. Pack your bags with comfy shoes, warm clothes, and plenty of goodies. Fill up the gas tank then get behind the wheel for a magical road trip that will take you to the best Christmas lights in Pennsylvania.
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Are you ready for a truly spectacular Christmas adventure that will take you to some of the best Christmas lights in Pennsylvania? You may want to tailor your itinerary to your own particular interests, perhaps including stops in these magical Christmas towns or by climbing aboard the North Pole Express.
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Best Christmas Lights In Pennsylvania
What city has the best Christmas lights in Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania’s bursting with small towns and cities that boast beautiful Christmas lights displays. If you like the idea of a small-town Christmas, visit the charming towns of Bellefonte, Wellsboro, Lititz, or Indiana.
Drink in the beauty of the Christmas lights at several spots in Philadelphia that make up some of the best light displays in Pennsylvania. Stop by the Christmas Light Show at Macy’s, featuring 100,000 lights, for example. You won’t want to miss the light show during the Franklin Square Holiday Festival either.
Where can I find the best light display in Pennsylvania?
Ask a handful of people for the name of the best light display in Pennsylvania, and you’ll probably get a range of answers. However, one of the best light displays in Pennsylvania is certainly Koziar’s Christmas Village. Stroll through the enchanting village, illuminated by more than a million glittering Christmas lights, that’s dotted with holiday displays and fun things to do for the whole family. Meet Santa Claus. Explore the charming gift shops, and admire the indoor train display.
Other incredible Christmas light displays in Pennsylvania include Hershey’s Sweet Lights in Hershey (perhaps the biggest light display in Pennsylvania); Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland in Butler; and the Lehigh Valley Zoo Winter Light Spectacular in Schnecksville.
What else can I do around the holidays in Pennsylvania?
If you thought your summer and fall schedules were jam-packed, just wait until the holidays roll around. You’ll find so many things to do at Christmas in Pennsylvania that you’ll struggle to fit it all in. Visit the Christmas Tree Capital of the World with a stop in Indiana, where you can pick out your own tree at one of the Christmas tree farms. Weekends leading up to Christmas also feature the It’s A Wonderful Life celebration as downtown Indiana, the hometown of Jimmy Stewart, transforms into a real-life Bedford Falls.
Do a little holiday shopping at the enchanting indoor Street of Shops; climb aboard the North Pole Express with the New Hope Railroad; or spend a day in the picture-perfect town of Wellsboro. Amusement parks – including Kennywood Park in West Mifflin and Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster – also host holiday celebrations.