American Bus Association names The Lights of Christmas one of North America’s 100 best events for 2016
The American Bus Association (ABA) announced that The Lights of Christmas, held each December, has been designated as one of the Top 100 Events in North America for 2016 by an experienced expert tourism industry selection committee.
Steamed cheeseburgers? Yes, they do exist and the buns are not soggy! Originating in Connecticut during the 1920s, this New England classic makes its debut among the Grub Hub food vendors at The Lights of Christmas in Stanwood, WA.
Here’s the inside scoop for you to make the most of your visit to The Lights of Christmas! All those who like to plan ahead, keep reading. Those more spontaneous, read on as well because you might be surprised. We asked the experts ...
Regal Majesty is one of the many groups who have made an overnight getaway to The Lights of Christmas an annual tradition. The pageant royalty love coming to The Lights as a group and having the time to sleep over, usually staying up late and talking well into the night. During the festival the young ladies have a blast.
The Lights of Christmas presents, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, opening December 4. This inspiring and entertaining holiday classic comes to life as radio theatre at The Lights of Christmas, with a fresh interpretation that has the audience completely caught up in the tale of despair and redemption.
Do you wanna build a snowman? Or better yet, be the snowman? Come volunteer at The Lights of Christmas! There are still some openings to be the costume characters, Frolaf or Engineer Bear, during The Lights. For those who prefer working with animals, join the crew at ...
What is it about twinkling colored lights warming the night sky that awakens delight? Could it be that something deep within is awakened and drawn to light? Is it hope? Beauty? Wonder? At The Lights of Christmas, you'll experience a holiday dream come true.
Delicious desserts await you at this year’s Sunday Dessert Matinee at The Lights of Christmas featuring the live performance of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry. A special bit of magic happens with the Sunday Dessert Matinee.
Are you one of those spirit-filled people who look forward to Thanksgiving, knowing that the day after, the Christmas season starts? Christmas trees go up, lights are hung, and holiday music fills the air. At The Lights of Christmas, we love the excitement and laughter.
Groups — whether social, family, school or work groups, The Lights of Christmas in Stanwood WA is the perfect venue to create a night of wonderful memories. There are several different options for your group at The Lights of Christmas including the general Nightly Festival, Party Rooms, Holiday Theatre and Overnight Getaway options.
Young and old alike will be amazed and enchanted at The Lights of Christmas holiday festival in Stanwood, WA. There is so much to see and do, and with more being added this season, give yourself enough time to experience it all.
The best overnight Christmas getaway in the Pacific Northwest is The Lights of Christmas in Stanwood, WA, just an hour north of Seattle, WA. You not only experience the fabulous wonderland of over one million lights, live entertainment and fun activities.
You may have to adjust your landmark this year when visiting The Lights of Christmas—the iconic pond area in front of Cedar Lodge is taking on a whole new look. Tree Island will now dominate the pond with four 20-foot Christmas trees, along with smaller trees, reflecting brilliantly over the water.
“Beautiful” “Inspiring” “Amazing” – these are words people use to describe The Lights of Christmas. The 2013 season was one of our best ever. With four fewer nights than the year before, we had better overall attendance than 2012 and the second highest year ever.
That question is often asked during the months leading up to the opening of The Lights of Christmas. And every year, there are new things to discover when you come to The Lights!
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