Is there a better holiday tradition than looking at Christmas lights with family and friends? There are tons of great places in Boston and throughout New England to look at Christmas lights, but one of the best attractions you don’t want to miss is the Middleborough Festival of Lights.
About Middleborough Festival of Lights
Now in its sixth year, the Middleborough Festival of Lights lets visitors drive through a woodsy lights display 25 acres in size with 500,000+ bulbs shining brightly along the way.
During your journey, you’ll see a number of cabins decorated beautifully for the holiday season, and at the end of your trip, you can even vote on which cabin was your favorite.
Make sure to stop at Christmas Village where you’ll be able to enjoy some hot chocolate, cookies, and handmade Christmas ornaments as a souvenir. You can also get photos with Santa or the Grinch for just $5, and don’t forget to visit the alpacas as well!
All in all, it’s a great holiday attraction that the whole family can enjoy while getting in the Christmas spirit.
Middleborough Festival of Lights Hours & Dates
The Middleborough Festival of Lights is open just 4 select nights this season: December 7, 8, 14, and 15 from 4 to 9 pm. Since it’s only open two weekends this year, it’s sure to be one of the best things to do in the area on the weekend
Middleborough Festival of Lights Price
When it comes to value, it’s hard to beat a trip to the Festival of Lights in Middleborough. The cost to get in is just $5 per car load, so pack up the whole family, and enjoy the show without breaking the bank!
Middleborough Festival of Lights Location
The Middleborough Festival of Lights is located a little less than an hour outside of Boston at Boston/Cape Cod KOA Campgrounds, 438 Plymouth St., Middleborough, MA.
To learn more, visit the official website for the event.
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