The holidays have arrived!
Not only do I love this time of year, but I also love seeing all of the gorgeous lights and decorations all over our beautiful Province.
Here are my top 5 Holiday light displays around Ontario.
1. Blumination Dream Trail | Blue Mountain Village
Spectacular lights. Sensational sounds. A one kilometer winter stroll through the heights of innovation to the edge of your imagination, daily dusk to 10pm! WINNER of the Ontario Tourism Event of the Year Award!
2. WinterFest at Canada’s Wonderland | Vaughan
Become immersed in the season’s spirit with spectacular holiday lights and décor, world-class live entertainment, savory treats and fanciful Christmas activities. WinterFest activities will bring joy to guests of all ages, including ice skating on Snow Flake Lake in front of the iconic Wonder Mountain, a nightly tree-lighting ceremony, live holiday shows, strolling performers, select family rides, and interactive attractions like cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus, writing letters to Santa at the North Pole Post Office and creating take-home keepsakes at Sally’s Christmas Crafts.
3. Casa Loma A Nutcracker Christmas | Toronto
Explore the holiday magic of Casa Loma.. at night! Wander through the dazzling lighting display in the gardens and experience all of Casa Loma’s holiday festivities as well as our outdoor holiday Christmas Market and performances by the Casa Loma Holiday Orchestra.
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4. Winter Festival of Lights | Niagara Falls
This spectacular celebration dates back to 1982 and is Canada’s largest illumination festival. Over 1.8 million people flock to Niagara Falls every year to enjoy 15 Canadian Wildlife displays, over fifty trees wrapped in lights, the world’s largest Canadian-American Flag, a light show on the Toronto Power Generating Station, the two-storey tall Zimmerman Fountain, and a visitor favourite, Noah’s Ark!
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Are. You. Ready? 👀 TODAY the OPG Winter Festival Of Lights kicks off its 37th season!! Visit Queen Victoria Park from 3-8 PM to join in the celebration! 🥳🎉🥳 . . #wfol #openingceremonies #partyinthepark #impulse #rbcbank #stageperformance #foodtrucks #winterfestivaloflights #niagarafalls #lightfestival #winterfun #visitniagara #birdseyeview
5. The Magic of Lights | Ottawa
Magic of Lights is a dazzling, drive-through holiday lights experience featuring favorite holiday scenes and characters of the season using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of Ottawa’s favorite holiday tradition.
Which is your favourite spot to marvel in the Holiday Spirit?