Where can you enjoy holiday cheer while staying COVID safe? Check out these options on the Main Line;
Hershey Park Sweet Lights Drive Through Display – Daily 5pm to 10 pm through December 26th
Philadelphia Orchestra Favorites from The Nutcracker Virtual Concert – through December 31st
Rose Tree Park Festival of Lights – through January 3rd from 5-10pm; Rose Tree Park sparkles during the holiday season with the annual Festival of Lights. Dozens of decorated lit trees and festive displays draw visitors back each year to stroll the glimmering walkways and grounds, linger in the festive atmosphere, and pay a visit to childhood figures such as Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang and Santa & his Reindeer. The Festival of Lights opens in early December and runs through the first weekend in January. Admission and parking are free.
Longwood Gardens Christmas – through January 10th
The half-million holiday lights here are always spectacular, turning 100 already-beautiful trees into nighttime marvels. Also fun: the 140-foot light tunnel in the Meadow Garden, a tree decorated with foods for native species to eat, model trains, and the fountain show.
Holiday Magic at Brandywine Museum of Art through January 31st. Celebrate the wonder of the holiday season at the Brandywine River Museum of Art! Returning this year with exciting new additions and features, the Brandywine Railroad has been a holiday family favorite at the Brandywine since 1972.
Phoenixville outdoor Christmas lights hike – Monday, Dec 21st at 6pm
Kwanzaa Virtual Family Event – December 26th 1-2pm