Here’s Your List of Upcoming Holiday Festivals

Winter has officially arrived! If you’re an avid lover of the snow and all things festive, there is plenty to do and see in New Jersey this time of year.

Take a look at some of our favorite local holiday festivals below! If you’re an event planner, don’t be afraid to outsource select services, such as Econo-Courier, to ensure you don’t miss a beat with vital deliveries.

Christmas Light Show & Village

The annual Christmas Light Show and Village returns this year from November 15th until December 30th. With more than two million lights spread over a mile-long lane and the new outdoor village, it is sure to be a fun family event. Activities include walk-thru lights, pictures with Santa, skating on an ice rink, a s’mores station, carnival games, and more!

Christmas Festival

Morristown, New Jersey is home to the annual Christmas festival that runs from November 25th through December 23rd. Plan your visit to enjoy pictures with Santa, crafts, train rides, make gingerbread houses and ornaments, local choirs, storytelling, and ice sculpting. Plus, guests can participate in the 100-year tradition of adding to the Lighting of the Green ceremony.

An Old-Fashioned Christmas Exhibit

Held in Cape May, New Jersey, the old-fashioned Christmas exhibit lasts until January 1st. Guests can expect to learn about holiday festivities and traditions throughout the years. Admission is free!

Harry Potter at Liberty Hall

Attention Harry Potter fans! Get the chance to be sorted into Hufflepuff, Slytherin, Griffindor, or Ravenclaw at the Liberty Hall Museum in Union, New Jersey. The museum will be transformed into select favorite rooms from Hogwarts castle, including the Great Hall, the Griffindor Common Room, and Snape’s Potions Classroom. This is a memorable gift for any Harry Potter fan.

Colonial Christmas

Plan on visiting Wayne, New Jersey to attend a Colonial Christmas! Located at the Dey Mansion, visitors will be taken back to the sights and sounds of the 18th century. The weekend includes music, hearth cooking, demonstrations, and crafters. The local militia will also be making a special appearance. The cost to visit is $5 per person.

How Rudolph Got His Glow Back

This memorable dinner theatre production runs through December 29th in Cape May, New Jersey. Attendees will be taken on a journey with Rudolph as he goes all “Hollywood” and is missing in action at the North Pole. Tickets can be purchased online.

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