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The Top Five Ways to Take in Metro Detroit's Holiday Lights!

Trish Thompson



Jan 24 2 minutes read

1. Cruise Through the Wayne County Lightfest 

Now through December 31st, 'The Midwest's largest and longest drive-through light show, This beautiful display stretches four miles of Wayne County's Hines Park. Have your picture taken with Santa! (thru December 23). Concessions are available. Click the link above for full details!

2. Explore Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo 

Now through December 31st, check out five million LED lights illuminating trees, buildings and more than 200 animal sculptures throughout the front half of the Zoo. Enjoy holiday entertainment and special activities for guests of all ages! Click the link above for full details!

3. Stroll Through Rochester's Big Bright Light Show

Now through January 1st, stroll through Downtown Rochester and enjoy seeing every building fully lit up in beautiful colors. More details are available by clicking the link above.

4. Go 'Back in Time' at Greenfield Village's 'Holiday Nights'

Now through December 30th, visit Dearborn's Greenfield Village and 'Step into a Christmas card from the past' Touted as the most popular holiday event in the region, Holiday Nights features  lantern-lit paths, costumed presenters, horse-drawn wagons and Model T rides, plus Santa with live reindeer. More details available by clicking the link above.

5. Hop on the Bus - The Detroit Bus Company's 'Merry and Bright Holiday Lights Tour'

Now through December 30th, ride with the Detroit Bus Company for a guided tour of Holiday lights at Campus Martius Park, The Detroit Zoo, The Boston Edison Neighborhood and the Wayne County Lightfest! The all-ages tour includes drinks and snacks and prizes! Click the link for more details.
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