The season shines bright in Philadelphia as attractions with glowing traditions, both new and old, light up for the holidays.
Families flock to the City of Brotherly Love to enjoy the top things to do for the holidays in Philadelphia including the Christmas Light Show at Macy’s, a holiday tradition since 1956 featuring more than 100,000 colorful lights.
The city’s outdoor displays have expanded over the years as well to include the Deck the Hall Light Show at City Hall, Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest, the Franklin Square Holiday Festival featuring the Electrical Spectacle and more.
Elsewhere, neighborhoods are transformed by spectacular decorations (e.g. The Miracle on South 13th Street), while regional attractions like Peddler’s Village and Longwood Gardens light up the beauty of the holiday.
Bask in the glow of the season with this spotlight on our favorite holiday light displays throughout the Philadelphia region.
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