It may be hard to perceive, but the year is almost over and Christmas is right around the corner and this means holiday shows, visits from Santa, snow, sleigh rides, and of course, impressive light displays all across the state. These impressive Light Displays are sure to brighten up the mood of even the gloomiest of us, so bundle up all your friends and family into a luxurious bus from our Bus Rental Service in New Jersey and visit any one of these dazzling places.
Adventure Aquarium Christmas Celebration
Adventure Aquarium’s Christmas Celebration in Camden will feature colossal decorations, twinkling Christmas lights around various trees and objects, and of course, gently falling snow. There will also be over numerous friendly animals on the premises that you and the kids can enjoy. Other attractions will include exciting entertainment shows, Scuba Santa at the ocean exhibit, cartoon character appearances, and much more. The celebration is set to kick off on 2nd December and is to last until 30th December.
Tropicana Holiday Light Show
The Tropicana Holiday Light show is a unique combination of interactive lights shows and festive musical selections. The show commenced on 21st of November and is set to come to an end on 3rd January 2018; the show runs every day from noon to 10pm so there’s no pressure, you can head over there at your own convenience. The light show will be held in the Quarter and the Boardwalk and will be absolutely free for all. Keep up your holiday spirit at Tropicana and experience a firework spectacular as you usher in the New Year with your friends and family.
Newark Annual Tree Holiday Lighting Celebration
The Annual Tree Lighting at Newark has been scheduled for 29th November between 4 and 8pm, with actual tree lighting happening at exactly 6pm at the Prudential Center’s Championship Plaza. The celebration will feature free photographs with Santa, a special holiday gift for each guest, a bouncy house, an ice skating rink, numerous carnival games for kids, and Victorian-age choirs to keep you entertained. This event, as is evident, is family-friendly and completely free for all, so there’s no reason why you should miss out the fun.
Lights on Evergreen
The event kicked off on 20th November at the Evergreen Place and is set to end on 1st January 2018. Unfortunately, this is the last time that you will see the lights shine on evergreen because the family that hosts the spectacle is scheduled to move away right after the holidays. Don’t miss this final exhibition, which will feature over 100,000 lights that will be synchronized to music you can listen to on radio frequency 98.1 FM. The Lights on Evergreen are free and open to the public; they were designed by a teenager and his family in honor of their late mother. Any donations you make at the event will go directly to the American Heart Association. So you will also get to touch a person’s life somewhere; what better way to celebrate this season of giving?