Philadelphia’s Christmas Village:

December is a magical time in Philadelphia as it looks like a Christmas village.

The City of Brotherly Love shines bright during the holidays, with light shows, ice skating rinks, tree lighting, concerts and much more!

My favorite part is the holiday village with all the shops, you can’t help but feel magical as if your coming straight out of the north pole. I mean who doesn’t love shopping, especially with such amazing decor.  According to visit Philly the Christmas village shops have  no sales tax! (i know i’m freaking out inside , no tax just made my week) look for the Christmas village shops located in lovely Rittenhouse. The pop-up shops — like the beloved Christmas Village and Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market — and local boutiques spread throughout the area with such beautiful scenery.

The Christmas village offers things from all around the world, your sure to find a gift for all ages.

The schedule for the Christmas village:

If you have ever visited Philadelphia christmas village then you would agree ,Images just do no justice for the warmth, magical feeling and look that Philadelphia brings in during the holiday.

Philadelphia’s Christmas village is just the cherry on top of all that Philadelphia offers from,Rothman Institute ice skating rink, Franklin Square Holiday Festival featuring the Electrical Spectacle Light Show,the garden maze, Blue Cross River Rink Winter fest Just steps away from Christmas Village, the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market outside of City Hall features all-local artisans, designers, craters and homemade treats, The Comcast Holiday Spectacular and (drum roll please my personal favorite is the …)

Macy’s Christmas Light Show in the  Grand Court and the Comcast Light Show.

Macy’s Light Show  runs from the Friday after Thanksgiving through December 31.

Showtimes: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm.

The Store is closed Christmas Day.

Comcast Light Show Times

Daily at the top of each hour, 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (excluding weekdays at 5 p.m.)

through December 31 and 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on New Year’s Day

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