Grab your hot cocoa and scarves and check out these holiday favorites in Lehigh Valley. Whether you prefer to take in the spectacular light displays by foot or from the comfort of a heated vehicle, you're sure to be astounded by these displays. Who knows - you might even spot Santa for a photo opportunity!

When the weather gets chilly, the Lehigh Valley Zoo transforms into a winter wonderland. Back for a second year, Winter Lights Spectacular features tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights and animated displays. As you walk through the grounds, you’ll enjoy holiday music, family-friendly activities, hot cocoa, and other festive food and beverages. Winter Lights Spectacular is open Wednesdays - Sundays, November 10 through December 31, excluding Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

Lehigh Valley Zoo Winter Lights AdJoin Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites for their Bethlehem by Night Bus Tour. Hop on for a ride as you tour lights along both the north and south sides, plus a visit to the iconic Bethlehem star at the top of South Mountain. You'll also learn why the north side of the city is decked out in warm, white lights and the SouthSide dons colored varieties. These tours run November 24 - December 30.

Allentown's Lights in the Parkway is back, giving you a chance to catch your favorite light displays. This spectacular drive-through light display transforms more than a mile of one of Allentown’s most beautiful parks – the Lehigh Parkway – into a winter wonderland. Featuring dazzling displays with hundreds of thousands of brilliant lights, this attraction will truly brighten your holiday season. 

And, don't miss Koziar's Christmas Village. Located in Bernville, this holiday favorite is filled with over a million Christmas lights covering buildings, barns and all sorts of holiday landscapes adjacent to a beautiful lake reflecting the stunning lights. The Koziar family has been adding new features to this outdoor wonderland for 68 years. Koziar’s Christmas Village is open November 4 through January 1.

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