With the weather being so erratic recently, it’s hard to say if we’ll have a white Christmas or not. Nonetheless, you can depend on our fantastic Christmas light shows to get you in the holiday spirit every year (even with a potential lack of snow).
Don’t fret; you likely don’t have to go very far to find a winter wonderland. Canada’s province of Ontario is home to some truly massive and skyscraping structures.
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These are this year’s best spots in Ontario for seeing spectacular Christmas holiday light displays.
Holiday Panorama Light Display
Check out where you can see Simcoe’s Wellington Park decorated for the holidays. Take a stroll or get on a horse-drawn trolley from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., nightly, starting December 4 through January 2, to see the themed displays and countless lights.
You will love the laid-back atmosphere and welcome break from the city life that a small town offers.
Christmas Lights at Parliament Hill
Parliament Hill will host a multimedia winter lightscapes exhibit from December 8, 2021, to January 7, 2022, and you should go see it as soon as possible. The Centre Block will be illuminated with projections of various winter scenes.
The 15-minute circle was inspired by the scenery, culture, and weather of Canada. On December 8th, you can watch the 34th annual Christmas Lights Across Canada multimedia presentation and enjoy free Beavertails at the nearby Confederation Park in celebration of the event’s lighting ceremony.
Winter Village in Toronto
This year’s Distillery District Christmas Market, one of Toronto’s most popular, has undergone some renovations. Now called Toronto Winter Village, it still hosts some of the best light shows in the city.
Surrounded by historic buildings, this picturesque village is also home to some of the most interesting and fun holiday markets, complete with stalls selling tasty treats.
Warm up with some cocoa as you take in the sights, which include a 50-foot Christmas tree decorated with thousands of lights.
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Take a short drive north of Toronto to visit Newmarket’s Winter Wonderland away from the hustle and bustle of the city. These next few days, December 17, 23, and 30, are the last ones to attend the event! There will be a DJ, free hot chocolate, ice skating, and photo ops for guests to enjoy in addition to the spectacular lighting.