Christmas lights are starting to pop up all around, turning Ontario into a twinkling wonderland. From tree lighting ceremonies to glowing trails, there's no shortage of holiday magic this year. If you can't get enough Christmas sparkle, then you need to visit this enchanting light installation tucked away in a little village. You can wander through tons of displays and structures that will warm your heart on even the coldest winter nights. Ontario's Simcoe Christmas Panorama is opening this month and it's filled with twinkling splendour.\nThe small town of Simcoe, Ontario, located near Lake Erie, transforms into a festive paradise every year. You can take a walk through parks decked out in tons of colourful lights and installations.\nThe Simcoe Christmas Panorama features over 60 displays in three festive categories. You can explore installations based on religion, tradition, and fantasy.\nMany displays are crafted by volunteers and reminiscent of old-time holiday windows.\nThe event will open on November 30 and run until January 5. It will kick off with a tree lighting ceremony in Wellington Park, marking the beginning of another season of cheer.\nWander through thousands of glimmering lights or take a horse-drawn trolley ride on select nights for extra holiday magic.\nView this post on Instagram Lightin Up 🌌☃️ A post shared by ♡ Morgan Xiola ♡ (@morganxiola) on Dec 10, 2017 at 8:15am PST\nEnjoy some hot apple cider and steaming hot chocolate, as well as delicious apple cider donuts as you explore the exhibits.\nTake a walk along the river, shining with hundreds of twinkling lights, and stroll across a dreamy bridge illuminated with festive cheer.\nView this post on Instagram Simcoe Christmas Panorama, Simcoe, Ontario #simcoe #simcoeontario #simcoechristmaspanorama #simcoechristmaslights #christmasdecorations #christmas #winterwonderland #norfolkcounty #treelighting #simcoedowntown #christmascelebration #holidayseason #snowchristmas #shareontario #ontariopics #travelontario #roadtrip #sharecanada #sharecanadapics #canada A post shared by Chaitanya Shah (@chait1788) on Dec 28, 2017 at 9:36pm PST\nPast displays have included The Nightmare Before Christmas, snowflake covered castles, a giant whale, and a life-sized gingerbread house.\nNew this year is a Christmas market, where local vendors will be selling all sorts of goodies. The market will take place each weekend from opening day through to December 22.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Bayley Roberts (@bayley.r14) on Dec 23, 2016 at 7:54pm PST\nTake a trip to this dreamy holiday event with friends or a loved one, and check out more holiday magic happening around the province this season.\nWith tons of markets and fairs, this Christmas might just be the merriest one yet.\nView this post on Instagram Made it out to see @lucaswilsonmagic’s panorama display at the Simcoe Christmas Panorama!! #what’sthis ❄️☃️ A post shared by Jennifer Happy (@mrsjhappy) on Dec 14, 2018 at 7:09pm PST\nSimcoe Christmas Panorama \nPrice: Free\nWhen: November 30, 2019 - January 5, 2020\nAddress: 50 Bonnie Dr., Simcoe, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Wander through this twinkling Christmas village for the most magical holiday adventure.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.