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