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Holiday Nights of Lights is an immersive walk-through experience like none other, featuring more than 1.5 million LED lights animated and synchronized to everyone's favourite Holiday tunes and Christmas carols! Returning for the third year, this event will be bigger and brighter than ever with new displays and interactive activities! Patrons will have the opportunity to experience walking through giant ornaments, animated tunnels, towering nutcrackers, and ‘snow’ much more!
Upon exiting the holiday light show, guests will enter Mistletoe Lane: the newest pop-up experience and a nightlife hotspot all rolled into one distinct holiday tradition! It’s a holiday fun fair, featuring shopping at marketplace vendors such as Treatz Plz, food trucks including The Churroman, the Fireside Lounge and the fully licensed Blizzard Bar, carnival favourite midway rides, and Holly Jolly Lumberjack Axe Throwing! There’s so much to do in Mistletoe Lane, you’ll never run out of fun!
*axe throwing tickets must be purchased separately, must be 18+ to participate*
Nervous about leaving your furry little companion behind? Well, no need to worry, as Holiday Nights of Lights offers dog-friendly dates where these little cuties can partake in the fun! Their vendor marketplace features The Bark’n Bakery, a food-truck that also offers dog treats and accessories so you can spoil these little sweethearts. These dates include December 10th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 27th, and 29th, as well as January 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th! Last but not least, how could we forget about Santa Claus? You can visit jolly old St. Nick in Santa’s Den, a unique setting to get a photo that will be a cherished memory for years to come!
Holiday Nights of Lights and Mistletoe Lane should be at the top of your list of places to visit this holiday season. With incredible light displays that you can immerse yourself in, all the fun and activities of a holiday fair, and the ability to bring your furry friend along (bonus points if you dress them up), there are few other places spreading as much holiday cheer as Nights of Lights. They’re located at Assembly Park in Vaughan and are open until January 7th (with the exception of Christmas Day, as Santa will need to rest after delivering all those presents), so get your tickets now (you can use the promo code “TODOTORONTO” for 20% off your tickets!)
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