Philadelphia suburbs Christmas shows:

Philadelphia suburbs Christmas shows:

In October I wrote about a few farms that you might read here as well,In PA farms have a lot to offer,  the farms are normally year round and are all decked out with decor during holidays.

Today I am writing about two different farms located in the suburban part of Pennsylvania. The best part about the suburban farms are the light shows , In the city of Philly families walk and see the lights and the Christmas villages, in the suburbs of Pennsylvania  individuals can not only walk but there are light shows which consist of families driving through the light shows. trust me when i tell you images do no justice for the light shows Pennsylvania has .

The suburbs of Pennsylvania offer varieties of activities during the holiday season as the farms have fruit and veggies individuals can choose from, wagon rides , lights , Christmas tree picking hot coco, and much more

Christmas Candy lane at Hershey Park—Hershey

November 10, 2017–January 1, 2018

Hershey Park is well known for their Hershey milk chocolate bars and their amusement park but did you know Hershey also decorates and has one of the best holiday light shows?

With more than four million lights, Santa and Reindeer on site for all the kids to enjoy, and more than 50 rides to enjoy. There is also a holiday drive through with another according to the Hershey website there are roughly two million lights and nearly 600 animated displays.

Holiday Light Display at Peddler’s Village

November 17, 2017–January 6, 2018

cost -Free

Trust me as I say this will be your topic for a week, with more than one million lights illuminating the village. The village is decked out Victorian-style so you can admire the greenery as well as the lights as you stroll around. There’s a light tunnel you can walk through which displays a Gingerbread House display inside the gazebo.

Shady Brook Farm’s Holiday Light Show—Yardley

November 18, 2017–January 7, 2018

Shady brook is known for their gorgeous farm and festive holiday spirits.

Drive your car or take a wagon ride (my fav)  through Shady Brook Farm’s Holiday Light Show. More than three million lights make up this dazzling show. Take your time driving through the two-mile trail as there is so much magic to see!


Have you been to any of these places? If so comment below !

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