Best Christmas Light Displays to check out this year

Best Christmas Light Displays to check out this year

 

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**** PLEASE NOTE: It’s still a little early and not all homes have been fully lit yet. As we drive around and hear from you, about other Christmas light displays we will update this list as we go. Make sure to Bookmark us! Scroll down to the bottom for additional comments as many people are mentioning their favorites places and some of the owners of these homes are giving us their schedule.

Scroll down to the bottom of the this page to see NEW additions that have been suggested by our Facebook fans. If you happen to know a great display or even a house thats just a great one to enjoy, please comment below so everyone can enjoy the lights this year!

 

  1. Bright Nights at Forest Park, 300 Sumner Ave, Springfield, Massachusetts 01108

Although Springfield is not Central MA this is one light display you have to put on your list.  “Poinsettia Fantasy” Welcomes Bright Nights Visitors with its colorful display that sets the stage for the rest of the show.  As you drive through, you will enter a number of different displays including the Spirit of the Season, Suess land, letters to Santa, Jurassic World, the North Pole Village and much much more.  Be sure to stop halfway at the Gift Stop and Santas Cottage for some hot chocolate and souvenirs.  As you exit this magical place, you will be sure to mark it on your calendar for years to come.  Bright Nights Opening Night is Wednesday November 23rd and will run November 23 – January 1.  Sunday to Thursday – 5PM to 9PM and Fridays, Saturdays and Holidays* – 5PM to 11PM.  They will be Closed November 28th and November 29th.  You can check out their website here or visit their Facebook page for more info

  1. Tower Hill Botanic Garden, 11 French Drive, Boylston MA 01505

Another amazing winter lights show is located at the Tower Hill Botanic Garden from Nov. 25 to Jan. 8.  The Botanic Garden calls this display “Winter ReImagined” and its simply stunning.  According to their website this display is the most dazzling display of winter lights in Central Massachusetts. You will have the opportunity to marvel at glittering light displays indoors and out, with fifteen miles of lights, decorated trees, fire-pits, thousands of handcrafted ornaments, children’s activities, live music and more.

ADMISSION DURING WINTER REIMAGINED:

  • Open Wednesday through Sunday (closed December 24, 25, 31, and January 1)
  • 11am-3pm: Regular admission applies; free for members.  Pre-purchased tickets are NOT required during the day.
    • Members: FREE
    • Adults: $12
    • Seniors (age 65+): $9
    • Youths (age 6-18): $7
    • Children (age 5 and under): FREE
  • 3pm-4pm: Property Closed (this includes the gardens, gate, parking, grounds, and buildings)
  • 4pm-9pm: Special Event admission rates apply. Timed ticketed admission only (for members and the general public). As this is a special evening event which provides vital support for our gardens and operations, no discounts apply, including gate passes or library passes, veterans, teachers, EBT, or reciprocating institutions
    • Adults:  $17 ($10 for Tower Hill members)
    • Seniors (age 65+): $12 ($7 for Tower Hill members)
    • Youths (age 6-18): $7 ($4 for Tower Hill members)
    • Children (age 5 and under): FREE

You can learn more by visiting their website.  tower hill

“For us the celebration of light is important, as Winter Reimagined highlights our prized plant collection at a time when most of us aren’t thinking much about plants. But it’s also more than that,” said CEO Kathy Abbott. “During the shortest days of the year, light brings warmth and a sense of coming together. Then, as we cross the Winter Solstice, and the days grow longer, we can imagine our gorgeous gardens inching toward spring, the plants, animals, and us coming out of hibernation. We can begin to imagine the light at the end of the tunnel that is a New England winter. So let’s celebrate together in a setting that inspires hope fueled by natural cycles. Let’s get out and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer, year-round”

3.  Edaville Railroad – Christmas Festival of Lights, 5 Pine Street Carver, MA 02330

Edaville USA’s most memorable New England Tradition is back this year with over 17 million lights illuminating the park! You and your family can enjoy Edaville USA’s 3 Adventures in 1; Edaville Proper, Thomas Land & Christmas Festival of Lights (Seasonal), featuring over 90 rides & attractions!

Come on down and create a magical experience where your family can grow and bond together while creating traditions that turn into unforgettable memories lasting a lifetime.

During Festival of Lights, rides in Thomas Land & Edaville Proper are included!

November 18 thru November 30 
Sundays: 2pm to 8pm
Mondays thru Thursdays: 4pm to 8pm
Fridays & Saturdays: 2pm to 9pm
Starting December 1 thru Jan 1
Sundays: 2pm to 8pm
Mondays thru Thursdays: 4pm to 8pm
  Fridays & Saturdays: 2pm to 9:30pm

*Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

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  1. 5 Thomas Street, Auburn MA

This Auburn Christmas Lights Show starts just after Thanksgiving and runs through the new year. This light display is 100% LED lights with color changing RGB LED lights. These owners have been doing lights for over 30 years and this is newer display that they have put together. Their goal is to increase the display year over year. Be sure to stop by and check this one out and show your support.  Shows run daily from 5pm-8pm. Then from 8pm-9:30pm all the lights on. Be sure to Tune Your radio to 88.3 FM for the full experience

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  1. 5 Corners in Northbridge, MA

We were recently told about this display and are looking forward to checking it out this year.  Rich and Leslie Arsenault’s have a big holiday light display at Five Corners in Northbridge ithat is a nice treat for those that are going through the intersection of Hill Street and Sutton Street.  This display general goes live on the first Friday in December so keep your eyes open for this.  Check out this short video that the Telegram & Gazette did a few years back.

 

6.  Auburn Holiday Displays, Reithel Street

Here is a Christmas display that is done for charity with events that are open to the town.  This display should be up and ready for viewing the day after Thanksgiving.  This a one that you can go see at the same time that you visit the Auburn Christmas Lights Show on Thomas Street.  Feel free to check out Auburn Holiday Displays on Facebook.

 

Our Facebook Fans and Friends Have Also Suggested:

 

  1. There is a nice display on Hammond Hill Rd in Charlton. Across from Jim’s Christmas trees
  2. If you want to have one that you can park and walk around, you can stop by and at 22 Old Depot Rd, in Oxford
  3. Christmas Festival of Lights – Attleboro MA – 300,000 Lights illuminating over 10 acres. Check out their website for more info
  4. The Sachs Family Lights Extravaganza in Bellingham, ma

 

worcester christmas lightsThis holiday season no matter what you celebrate, take the time to drive around and enjoy these displays.  These folks have spent countless hours prepping, building and maintaining these great displays for your enjoyment.

 

 

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Do you wish that you had your own house to show off with a holiday light display? Connect with us or give us a call at 508-232-7926 to find out how you can be in your home to decorate for next year.

 

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