7 Best Places to See Christmas Lights in South Jersey
If you're driving around this holiday weekend in search of some Christmas joy, be sure check out some of the most festive holiday displays so far in South Jersey!
Mommy Poppins put together a list of some of the best Christmas decorations in the Garden State for Christmas 2019.
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Storybook Land - Egg Harbor Township
Take a sneak peek at what you'll find at Storybook Land's Christmas Fantasy with over 1,000 lights, and of course a chance to meet the big guy, Santa Claus! Santa lights the park up nightly at 5 PM through December 30th.
The Quarter at the Tropicana - Atlantic City
You won't want to miss this light spectacular at the Tropicana! Take a peek! The sights and sounds of the season are the Tropicana through December 27th. You have to see their 35 foot Christmas tree and free Holiday Musical Light Show!
Historic Smithville Lights on the Lake, Galloway
Over 100 Christmas trees will light up to the sounds of the season through January 6TH .The trees also floats magically on the lake! Who wouldn’t want to see this?
Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May
Check out this 1879 Victorian house museum which dazzles the sky for the holidays with authentic Victorian decorations, according to their website. Be sure to check out the the Christmas Traditions exhibit featuring a breathtaking Dickens Village at the Carriage House Gallery.
Johnson’s Corner Farm, Medford
Take a one of a kind light show hayride with over 1,000 twinkling Christmas lights! You can also visit Santa until Dec. 23rd.
Six Flag Great Adventure - Jackson
Dozens of Christmas trees light the way around the park with over one million Christmas lights for Holiday in the Park on select days through January 1st. Be sure to save some time for Gingerbread Junction, Poinsettia Peak and The Elf Who Saved Christmas! Holiday in the Park will have more lights and more magic than ever before for 2019!
Didonato's Magical Holiday Express-Hammonton
Located at 1151 S. White Horse Pike in Hammonton. Take a train ride through millions of Christmas lights through December 30th. You can even meet the big guy, Santa Claus!