Follow the Lights in Connecticut: Most Epic Light Shows and Displays
One of the most memorable and beautiful parts of the holiday season is the light displays! Whether it is the enthusiastic next-door neighbor or the shopping mall down the street, light displays have a way of kindling the holiday spirit and making the nights bright and magical.
When it comes to putting on light shows, few places do it better than Connecticut; with its fun, festive, and family-oriented celebrations. For this reason, this year the Connecticut Limo Service is bringing you some of the most spectacular light displays and shows you can check out with your family and friends.
Fantasy of Lights at Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven
The Fantasy of Lights in New Haven has become an annual holiday tradition where visitors drive through the one-mile-long course covered in a spectacular display of over 100,000 lights. The site draws thousands of tourists and locals alike and the money raised is used to support persons with disabilities. This year, Fantasy of Lights will be open to the public from November 17th to December 31st.
Festival of Silver Lights in Meriden
Come witness the stunning display of over 350,000 sparkling white lights and more than 200 lit characters showcased all around the park. There are no charges for driving through this magnificent light show. So get everyone and take a calm and fairylike drive through the park and see not only lights, but lights shaped in the forms of animals with a backdrop of their natural environments such as ponds and trees.
Holiday Lights at Lake Compounce
Holiday Lights in Lake Compounce is famous for having the tallest Christmas tree in the whole of Connecticut, measuring over 100 feet tall.
This family spot has a lot of fun to offer everyone, including the North Pole Railway ride that is open for selected family and children’s rides, pictures with Santa, and a chance for some story-telling with Mrs. Claus. Enjoy all this in addition to brilliant light shows every half-hour consisting of thousands of lights every night from November 24th to December 31st..
Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights – East Windsor
Hop on a trolley and ride the tracks of the Montrealer in East Windsor. The Tunnel of Lights ride consists of a 3-mile long track filled with lights when in the tunnel and riding under the star-lit skies when outside. The trolley stops at Teresealee Bertinuson Visitor Center where there are fascinating models of functioning trains and the children can also have some one-on-one time with Santa.
Holiday Light Fantasia in Hartford
The Holiday Light Fantasia in Goodwin Park in Hartford hold one of the most charming light shows in the whole of Connecticut. Here, you can spend some quality time and create really fond memories thanks to the 2-mile drive through park that is adorned with over 200 displays and over 1 million glittering lights. Veterans and active service personnel get a free entry in the park.