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4 Drive-Thru Holiday Light Displays in Wisconsin

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Winters can be chilly in Wisconsin. Stay warm this holiday while getting out of the house when you visit these four drive-thru light displays in the Badger State.

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4 Drive-Thru Holiday Light Displays in Wisconsin

Country Christmas

Known as the state’s longest outdoor drive-through light display, Country Christmas in Pewaukee features a mile-long trail of lights. There’s also a Christmas Village, Country Christmas Trail, and Streets of Bethlehem exhibit to explore. Admission is $15 per carload if you visit Sunday through Thursday evening, or $30 per carload on Fridays, Saturdays, and Holidays.


Oshkosh Celebration of Lights

Each year, Menominee Park puts on a drive-thru light display on the shores of Lake Winnebago. The lights reflect in the water, magnifying their brilliance. Tune in to the radio for a musical backdrop that syncs with the exhibit. Admission is $10 per car, though there are several free-admission Community Nights you can take advantage of.


Wisconsin Christmas Carnival

Experience the radiance of more than 1.5 million lights when you travel through the display at Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Caledonia. Admission is $20 per car (up to eight people), with a portion of the proceeds going to the Ronald McDonald House Charities.


Enchantment in the Park

Witness more than 800,000 twinkling lights when you head to Regner Park in West Bend. The display spans one mile of a drive-thru path and a quarter-mile of a walking path. You can also roast marshmallows over a fire pit to stay warm pr visit with Santa. Horse-drawn carriage rides are offered from 5-9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday.


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