Drive Thru Light Displays has become a popular event since the Covid outbreak. Several places in Northwest Indiana Have Drive thrus available, some of them cost and some of them are free.
The “Symphony of Lights Display” Drive Thru, Open in 2021! Nov 26th – Jan 2nd, Open Fri., Sat and Sun; $10 per car, 13701 Lauerman St., Cedar Lake Ministries, 219-374-5941. CedarLakeMinistries.org
“Magic Of Lights” Drive Thru, 2021, LaPorte Fairgrounds, Friday, November 19, through Sunday, January 2nd, 2021, $20 per car. Click here for more.
Festival of Lights, Opening Dec. 5th, Over 5 million bulbs light up in Washington Park with on of the largest and FREE Drive Thru shows in the midwest. Open Every day till Jan 3rd, 2022. Click here for more.
Holiday Lights Drive Thru, 2021, Free Drive Thru Sunset Hill Park, Nov. 20th – Jan 1st, 2022, 5pm – 9pm, Open Every Evening, Sunset Hill County Park, 775 Meridian Rd., 465-3586. (No Festival of Lights This Year) Click here for more
Harvest Tyme Drive Thru, 17904 Grant St. Lowell, 219-440-2386. Admission is $25 per car. Click here
All shows are worth the drive. Please enjoy the season and make it unforgettable.
Read More about Christmas in Northwest Indiana:
5 Holiday Traditions – Thru Dec 31st – 5 Things to do For the Holidays Your Family Will LOVE!
Winter Lights Drive Thru – Valparaiso Nov 27th thru Dec 31st , 2021
Holly Days in Valparaiso – Friday, Dec 3rd, 2021
A Christmas Story Comes Home – Hammond Indiana Nov 13th – Dec 31st, 2021
Christmas At Barker Mansion – Michigan City Open in 2021
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS DRIVE THRU – Michigan City Dec 5th thru Jan 2nd 2022
The Nutcracker – 8 shows in 2021
Candlelight Tour in Laporte – Cancelled in 2021
Find Things to Do For Christmas, Click here.
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