Lacking Holiday Spirit? These Holiday Light Displays Will Get You In the Christmas Spirit

Merry Christmas everyone! I know that the holiday season is a little different this year, but I hope that everyone reading this stays safe and healthy.

That said, one of the things that have remained the same is the holiday light displays throughout the state of Connecticut. While there is stormy weather predicted for today, all of these displays will be scheduled through January 2, 2020.

Furthermore, I would like to thank all of my friends and family who had submitted photos and videos for this post. It is very much appreciated!

Holiday Light Fantasia, Hartford CT:

Located in Goodwin Park, this two mile display has over 1 million lights, according to its page on CTVisit. And, this display benefits a good cause — the Channel 3 Kids Camp. Admission is $15 per passenger car, and all details about this display can be viewed here.

Video Submitted by Paige Tillinghast

Magic of Lights, Wallingford:

The Oakdale Theater may have been quiet this year, but that then inspired the Magic of Lights. The event runs through January 13, 2021, and offers photos with Santa as well. Tickets are $30 per car for advanced purchase, and $40 at the door. For further details, check out their website.

Video Submitted by Leah Myers

Fantasy of Lights, New Haven CT:

This place has a special place in my heart because my parents used to work on this together back in 1994. Running through December 31, this display costs $10 per car and proceeds benefit the Goodwill of Southern New England. To view further details, click here.

Photo Submitted by Natalie Asarisi

Festival of Silver Lights, Hubbard Park, Meriden:

This free display has over 350,000 lights, according to CTVisit. Add in the beautiful lake, this display is gorgeous. For further information, be sure to check it out by going here.

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