Photo Courtesy of Lehigh Valley Zoo
Wednesday through Sunday evenings now through January 2nd!
Lehigh Valley's favorite holiday tradition returns for the 2020 holiday season with tons of safe holiday fun for the whole family! Over 1.2 million twinkling lights on display. There are a limited number of tickets available each day, and they sell out fast. Be sure to purchase your ticket today from the Lehigh Valley Zoo
Note: Masks required. Social distancing protocols are in place.
Photo Courtesy of Elfreth's Alley
Now through December 29th
All Virtual for 2020
Elfreth's Alley's annual holiday tradition of welcoming visitors into its historic homes has gone virtual this year. Tour the interior of many of the private homes on one of the oldest residential streets in America beautifully decorated for the holidays from the safety of your own home!
Visit Deck the Alley
regularly throughout the end of the year to be sure you see all of their holiday programmings. You won't want to miss it!
Ambler Restaurant Weekend @ E. Butler Avenue
By popular demand, Ambler is having an Encore Ambler Restaurant Weekend, November 13th - 15th!
They're closing Butler Avenue Friday night November 13th by 5 pm until Sunday, November 15th at 8 pm to allow for more outdoor dining.
Please contact the individual restaurant to make reservations. Due to limited seating, most restaurants are requiring reservations.
Photo Courtesy of Peddler's Village
Now through November 15th
Instead of their annual Apple Festival weekend, this year Peddler's Village
will be presenting a two-week AppleTime
in the Village featuring apple-themed food and beverages every day in Peddler's Village restaurants. Enjoy an outdoor food tent and live entertainment this weekend! Tons of Fall fun!
Please note: admission and parking are free. Parking is limited. Safety measures are in place for everyone's protection. Click here for more details.
Photo Courtesy of Morris Arboretum
Now through March
Join them for a guided brisk walk in a beautiful, safe environment. Enjoy being active and outside in nature. Wear comfortable shoes, a mask and dress appropriately for the weather. Advanced ticketing required. Bring your ticket and present it at the gate and to the Guide who is leading the walk. Meet at 1pm at the Visitor Center.
for more details.
Now through January 10th
Timed tickets are required.
Celebrate this holiday season at the Brandywine River Museum of Art! The Brandywine Railroad
has been a holiday family favorite since 1972 and features plenty of trains and miniatures! This event has been slightly modified to offer a safe and socially distant experience.
for more details.
Enjoy your weekend and be safe!