10 of the Best Drive-Through Holiday Light Displays in Pennsylvania | Travel Maven

One of the absolute best ways to get into the Christmas spirit is with magical light shows, which will be popping up across Pennsylvania in the coming weeks. Here’s a list of some of the best and biggest light shows in the state.

Candy Cane Lane | DuBoistown


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A 200-block stretch of lights and celebrations that’s a five-decade tradition in central Pennsylvania. Visiting Candy Cane Lane is completely free.

Christmas Lights Celebration | Imperial


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This fun vacation display outside of Pittsburgh, designed and operated by volunteers, features a variety of vacation scenes and is only $10 per car.

Clinton Christmas Light Up Celebration | Clinton


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A wondrous light show with animated displays. Admission is only $10 and all proceeds benefit local charities. The exhibition is open at night, including public holidays.

Hershey’s Sweet Lights | Hershey


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Hershey Park’s Christmas Candylane will feature a 2-mile ride with more than 5 million dazzling lights and 600 animated light displays. Be sure to head to the theme park for more light-filled rides, a Christmas tree trail, and a visit from Santa.

Holiday lights on the lake | Altona


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This 50-acre light show on the lake will feature more than a million lights. The property also features an indoor gift shop with visits from Santa Claus.

Lights in the Parkway | Allentown


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Lehigh Parkway will be filled with festive lights at this Allentown drive-through event. The ride will include many tunnels and popular Christmas scenes.

Overly’s Country Christmas | Gruensburg


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A festive event featuring a drive-through light display and a charming Christmas village, complete with a Santa’s workshop and model train exhibition.

Shady Brook Farm | Yardley


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Known for having one of the best Christmas lights in the state, Shady Brook Farm is a 2-mile street of 3 million lights. Stay warm and cozy in your car or opt for a seat in their open-air carriage.

Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland | Cooper’s Lake


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A dazzling Christmas light display just outside of Pittsburgh. Shadrack’s is a popular tradition that has a new theme each year. This year, fairytale favorites await at their new location in Cooper’s Lake.

Zoo Lights | Pittsburgh Zoo


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This drive-thru features over 100 animated light displays, festive music and holiday treats at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Admission is $50 per car.