Marvel Over The State’s Tallest Christmas Tree At Kennywood Park In Pittsburgh This Christmastime

Pittsburgh certainly knows how to make Christmas the merriest season of the year. Whether you’re admiring the tree at the Point or driving around to check out the Christmas lights in your neighborhood, you’ll find it’s really easy to get into the Christmas spirit. Did you know that Pittsburgh also lays claim to the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania? You’ll have to plan a trip to Holiday Lights at Kennywood Park, in Pittsburgh, however, if you want to see it.

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Have you ever been to Holiday Lights at Kennywood Park? Have you seen the 100-foot Christmas tree? Share your experience in the comments! For more Christmastime fun, plan a visit to Keystone Safari’s holiday light display.

Address: 4800 Kennywood Blvd, West Mifflin, PA 15122, USA