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Ontario's Alight At Night Opens This Weekend & It Looks So Magical

You can see over a million lights! 🎄
Alight At Night In Ontario Opens This Weekend & It Looks So Magical

It is time to get excited. Alight At Night in Ontario opens this weekend, and it is like a trip to The North Pole.

According to manager Tracey Ogilby, "over a million lights will transform the landscape of the Village."

It is one of Ontario's largest outdoor light festivals and will occur at Upper Canada Village from Friday, November 27, 2020, to Wednesday, January 2, 2021.

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New for this winter, you'll be able to see Saint Nick in his workshop.

Plus many favourites like the dazzling Sound And Lights Show at Crysler Hill and illuminations at the Village Cheese Factory and Christ Church.

For the ultimate date night, you can also book a private horse-drawn carriage ride for two for $95.

Admission tickets are $14 a person and must be pre-booked online for a specific time.

It is time to make plans to go; it is just one hour and 15 minutes from Ottawa.

Alight at Night

Price: $14.00 per person

When: Friday, November 27, 2020, to Wednesday, January 2, 2021 

Address: 13740 County Rd. 2, Morrisburg, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: While seeing all the twinkling light, you'll also be able to enjoy a delicious dessert from BeaverTails.

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