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Just down the street from Delaware’s Christmas House – one of the state’s premiere Christmas displays since 1988 with hundreds of thousands of lights – is a Grinch-themed display. The owners say “the plan is to steal Christmas” with their decorations on Red Lion Road in Red Lion.
Enjoy a self-guided tour of decorated homes in the Lewes-area ZIP code of 19958. A map of registered homes is available so you don’t miss anything.
Winter WonderFest is a drive-thru spectacle of holiday light displays that have illuminated Hudson Fields off Route 1 in Milton every season since 2016. This year, the beloved winter festival has a new theme and a special twist that features some pretty iconic coastal Delaware scenes.
This new winter festival offers more than lights. Visitors will find a full-blown holiday experience behind the Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach – with snow machines, roller skating, a beer garden and holiday shopping.
Ocean City’s Winterfest of Lights boasts more than 1 million lights. The 3/4-mile attraction of lights and holiday-themed decorations is an outdoor walking tour. The path is paved.
This house will capture visitors’ attention with a full yard of decorations, an elf that zip-lines and a synchronized light show to holiday music.
Longwood Gardens, near Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Longwood Gardens’ “A Longwood Christmas” features 500,000 outdoor lights draped over 150 trees, three firepits and fountains that groove to Christmas music near Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
The City of Brotherly Love offers plenty of places to enjoy the sights and sounds of the season.
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