DIGGERLAND

Diggerland USA is one of our favorite amuseument parks in NJ. The West Berlin staple has found a COVID-friendly way to celebrate the holidays. While they are still offering their daytime Winterfest activities, they are also brightening up 2020 totally safely with their drive-thru light show: Holidig. 

“We are excited to provide a new and unique holiday experience in our area in a family safe and friendly way,” said Ilya Girlya, the CEO of Diggerland. “We are excited to share this experience with our guests and continue our tradition of creating amazing and wonderful holiday memories.”

Holidig will let you see Diggerland in a whole new light. Woven across the park’s 21 acres, Holidig will show off their classic construction machinery as well as traditional holiday scenes. The construction vehicles that you come to Diggerland to see will be all dressed up. With lights and garlands galore, they’ll look more like giant toys than machines. As you drive on, you’ll see popular favorites that seem to jump off the wall.  

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To complete your festive family experience, Diggerland is offering delicious treats at the park entrance. Sip on hot cocoa, munch on hot pretzels, or savor sweet churros as you gaze at Holidig’s thousands of lights. As you make the trek through the mile-long show, tune into 95.5 FM to listen to Diggerland’s own holiday playlist. 

If you’re looking for daytime fun, stop by on weekends between Nov. 14 and Jan. 3 for Winterfest at Diggerland. Take pictures with Santa, watch the Parade of Machines, play carnival games and much more. 

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Holidig debuts on November 18 and will remain open to visitors until January 3, 2021. Hours will be Wednesday to Sunday between 5:30pm and 9:30pm. Most SUV and truck-sized vehicles are permitted, but if you’re not sure whether or not your vehicle is allowed make sure to call in advance. Tickets are priced by vehicle at $29.95 per car. You can buy your tickets here. Also remember that all guests are expected to remain inside of the vehicle with their seatbelts on throughout the show.