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Best Christmas Lights In Maryland – 5 More

Wondering where to see Best Christmas lights in Maryland? You’re in the right place, check out our handy guide below! Did we miss a good one? Let us know in the comments!

  1. Garden of Lights
  2. Miracle on 34th Street
  3. Winterfest of Lights
  4. Festival of Lights
  5. Annmarie Garden in Lights

Garden of Lights in Wheaton, MD

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Wheaton’s Brookside Gardens becomes even more magical from November 22nd to December 31st. Step into a magical winter wonderland illuminated with more than one million dazzling colorful lights shaped into hand-crafted, original art forms of flowers, animals and other natural elements. Stroll from garden to garden enjoying twinkling tree forms, sparkling fountains, and whimsical winter scenes.

Miracle on 34th Street in Baltimore, MD

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Head to the Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden to see Maryland’s very own Miracle on 34th Street, starting in November. This easily is one of the most best Christmas lights in Maryland.

Winterfest of Lights in Ocean City, MD

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See how Ocean City, MD, sparkles this winter and visit the Winterfest of Lights! From November 21st to December 31st, stroll through Northside Park as you’re surrounded by hundreds of animated holiday light displays. You can also board the Winterfest Express if you don’t feel like walking. The one-mile journey takes you through 58 acres of lights and features a 50-foot Christmas tree.

Festival of Lights in Upper Marlboro, MD

Watkins Regional Park becomes a wondrous winter wonderland from November 29th to January 1st. Bring a little twinkle to your holidays at this spectacular drive-through event featuring dazzling displays with more than 2.5 million lights throughout the park!

Annmarie Garden in Lights in Dowell, MD

This quirky display runs from November 29th to January 1st. Annmarie Garden In Lights will transport you and your family to an enchanted world where they will discover glowing “light sculptures” and wondrous light installations. Discover wild animals, wintery wonderlands, musical holiday scenes, deep sea treasures, magical creatures, glowing trees, and so much more! 

Want to check out even more holiday lights? Check out our other blog and view 5 more locations for holiday lights!

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