This Breathtaking Holiday Light Festival Will Illuminate Halifax Next Month

The holidays are not cancelled in Nova Scotia where you can find the best Christmas lights in Halifax at Glow.

About a million lights will take over the exhibition centre and it will be transformed into a wonderland filled with giant glowing sculptures.

If you wanted to enjoy the magic without shivering in your parka, then this indoor event is perfect for getting in the spirit of the season while keeping warm.

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This year's theme is called "Glow Around the World" and there will be an international theme — there's even a giant illuminated London Bridge!

You'll have over a month to check out the gardens of light and get your hands on one of their adorable lightbulb cups.

In addition to drinks, there will also be food trucks so you can make a whole night of it.

Last year, tickets sold out and this year they're cheaper if you buy them online rather than at the door.

They have safety plans like mandatory masks, hand sanitizing stations, no cash sales, and everything is spaced out so it's easier to stay two metres apart while getting lost in the lights.

Glow Halifax 

Price: $22.99+ weekdays, $25.99+ weekends & holidays

When: November 26, 2020, to January 2, 2021

Address: Halifax Exhibition Centre, 200 Prospect Rd., Goodwood, NS

Why You Need To Go: Wander 85,000 square feet filled with holiday magic this season.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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