Posted on November 1, 2022 by Dina Miller
Here are 7 spectacular holiday light displays that you won’t want to miss in Indiana’s Cool North, where you can celebrate the season from your car, or by taking a walk!
Enjoy the magic of the Winter Lights display at Sunset Hill Farm County Park beginning November 20 and ending on January 1. The drive-thru is free and open every night from about 6-9.
Michigan City Festival of Lights, by the Michigan City Parks & Recreation Department in Washington Park is free to the public and is open December 3 through January 8, from 6-10pm.
More than a million lights will be wrapped around trees and free-standing displays at the Potawatomi Zoo. The Gift of Lights will run Friday through Sunday, November 25 to December 18, 5 to 9 pm (last admission at 8:30).
Winter Wonderland at the Wellfield Botanic Gardens will be open Friday-Sunday nights, November 25-27, Dec 2-4, 9-11, and 16-23 (8 nights in a row) The 1/4 mile promenade is alive with color in the magical gardens. Enjoy the sounds of the season as you walk the promenade.
Christmas in Shipshewana is like visiting a Hallmark movie set. The entire Christmas Season is worth the trip! View the amazing traditional lights throughout the entire downtown shopping area. You can also see the beautiful lighted tree next to Shipshewana Furniture and the lights all over town at many other shops.
Shipshewana Lights of Joy takes you along almost a mile and a half display of over two million lights, which will certainly bring Christmas Joy to you from November 18-20 (Friday-Sunday), Nov 25 – Dec 31 (seven days/week) (Closed 12/8, 12/25, & 12/26)
Forest of Lights at Fair Oaks Farms has changing scenes of lights, interactive color displays, and perfect photo opportunities for families and friends. Along the trail will be bonfires for making s’mores, warm drinks, and an adult beverage station from November 18 to January 1, 2023.
If you are looking for places to complete your Christmas shopping in Indiana’s Cool North, check here.