With the holiday season well underway, we’re all probably a bit stressed with all that there is to do. Are you on the hunt for a way to curb that holiday stress? How about a relaxing stroll in the crisp evening air checking out some dazzling holiday lights in Pennsylvania? If you prefer going somewhere besides around your neighborhood for a walk, make your way to the Winter Light Spectacular in Pennsylvania for an enchanting meander.

Related Stories

The Twinkliest Town In Pennsylvania Will Make Your Holiday Season Merry And Bright

The Twinkliest Town In Pennsylvania Will Make Your Holiday Season Merry And Bright

The Winter Village In Pennsylvania That Will Enchant You Beyond Words

The Winter Village In Pennsylvania That Will Enchant You Beyond Words

The Frozen Waterfalls At Ohiopyle State Park In Pennsylvania Are A Must-See This Winter

The Frozen Waterfalls At Ohiopyle State Park In Pennsylvania Are A Must-See This Winter

See what it’s like to walk through this mesmerizing light display:

Have you been to the Winter Light Spectacular in Pennsylvania? What do you think? Share your experience in the comments! If you haven’t been yet, head on out to Schnecksville and check it out! If you prefer staying toasty in your car, head over to Dutch Wonderland for its magnificent 1.5-mile holiday lights drive-thru event.

OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

More to Explore

Christmas in Pennsylvania

What are the most dazzling Christmas light displays in Pennsylvania?

The most dazzling Christmas light displays in Pennsylvania include:

  • Koziar’s Christmas Village
  • Dutch Winter Wonderland

Pennsylvania really shines when it comes to wondrous holiday light displays. Koziar's Christmas Village in Bernville is utterly enchanting with over one million lights. It's truly magical to see. Longwood Gardens dazzles not only with lights but with dancing fountains. The gardens are gorgeous as you stroll around being entertained by carolers. The Dutch Winter Wonderland in Lancaster is something you just can't miss. You can take a skyway ride to see the vast expanse of mesmerizing lights and the Royal Light Show. There's live music on hand to enhance the experience.

Find out more about the most dazzling Christmas light displays in Pennsylvania

What are the best Christmas towns in Pennsylvania?

The best Christmas towns in Pennsylvania include:

  • Bethlehem
  • Altoona
  • Greensburg

As one of the oldest states in the nation, Pennsylvania's towns have had a lot of time to really do Christmas right. Bethlehem is America's Christmas City and the whole place comes alive with amazing lights and it has a five-week Christkindlmarkt. If any place is a winter wonderland, this is it. Altoona hosts Holiday Lights on the Lake with 50 acres of lights and has a Santa's Village. This place is a true Christmas town. Greensburg hosts Overly's Country Christmas, which is a village filled with light displays, horse and buggy rides, carolers, holiday treats, and good old Santa.

Learn more about the best Christmas towns in Pennsylvania

What are the best winter festivals in Pennsylvania?

The best winter festivals in Pennsylvania include:

  • Reading Fire & Ice Festival
  • Pithole Sledding Party
  • Snowman in the Forest

Pennsylvania is chock-full of wonderful winter events. The Reading Fire & Ice Festival brings together ice sculptures, fire performances, a chili cook-off, and two full days of other festivities. It's one to cross off of your bucket list for sure. For some childlike fun, bring the whole family sledding at the Pithole Sledding Party in Pleasantville. Holiday treats and hot chocolate will keep you sledding all day on the multiple hills that are available. Have you ever thought, "Let's build a snowman"? You can do just that at Snowman In The Forest at Cook Forest State Park. It's not just snowman building, but skating, sledding, winter hikes, and more!

Discover more about the best winter festivals in Pennsylvania

Explore Pennsylvania