Alight at Night

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Alight at Night is Eastern Ontario’s biggest outdoor light festival with close to a million lights adorning the heritage buildings, trees and fences…a true winter wonderland for the whole family!

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Alight at Night

 

Things to do

Stop by Crysler Hall, newly decorated as Saint Nick’s Merry Mansion to visit a Victorian themed Santa Claus.

The village fairgrounds are transformed into Twinkle Town, a winter-themed play area for the little ones.

Stop by Christ Church for some old-fashioned carolling.

Hop on board the Toy Train, illuminated by a multitude of lights, and take a round trip through Crysler Park (included in admission)

Enjoy Old-Fashioned Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides (included in admission)! Departures times start at 5:15 PM and run until closing time.

Tip: Plan to be outdoor for a couple hours so don’t forget to bundle up to be able to enjoy the festival to it’s fullest.

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Alight at Night

Dates & Times

Nov 30 – Dec 2 5pm – 9pm
Dec 6 – Dec 9 5pm – 9pm
Dec 13 – Dec 16 5pm – 9pm
Dec 20 – Dec 23 5pm – 9pm
Dec 26 – Jan 5 5pm – 9pm

Please note ticket sales end a half hour before closing time and festival is closed Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Admission:

  • adults: 16$
  • seniors (65+): 16$
  • children 5 to 12: 12$
  • children 4 and under: FREE
 

3 thoughts on “Alight at Night”

  1. Sure wish events like this had family pricing for big families on a budget. We’re new to Ontario and would have loved to see this … unfortunetly, a single income family with seven dependant children trying to keep up with raising costs of living certainly can’t afford such events this time of year. 😞

  2. I fully agree with Nicole. There is no reason that a family can not get a “FAMILY PRICE” that is reasonable. Even the rates are high, big family or not. Well that is the reason they can take such wonderful open pictures….. where are the people?? Be reasonable, $10 to $12 for single adults, kids – $7 to $8, Seniors – $7 to $8 (maybe $35 per family) – then fill the park with Christmas tradition. Cider at $2 along with reasonable priced treats and drinks and a little more on the crafts and souvenirs and a place like this can double it’s revenues. but with even 4 kids, this makes a long drive with a $200 price tag – unreasonable. A 4 hour (hours of operation) visit for $200 – NO THANKS, after driving 90 – 120 minutes each way from Ottawa….

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