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448 Lincoln Mill Rd., Mullica Hill
Nov. 23-Dec. 22
Spend your weekends at this dairy farm turned North Pole. There’ll be a dancing tree, old-fashioned hayride, barnyard walk, s’mores, photos with Saint Nick and, of course, twinkling light displays.
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615 E. Moss Mill Rd., Galloway
Nov. 22-Jan. 6
More than 120 Christmas trees decorated with more than 50,000 lights float on Lake Meone. Once night falls, watch the lights synchronize with holiday music. Plus, the kids will love the interactive talking Christmas tree.
40 Nassau St., Princeton
Begins Nov. 23
This towering 65-foot-tall Norwegian Spruce stands proud in the middle of town boasting 32,000 lights. See nightly musical performances, or go on the 23rd to see St. Nick roll through town for the lighting ceremony.
931 Stony Hill Rd., Yardley, PA
Nov. 17-Jan. 6
Head down a two-mile trail of 3 million lights. Check out holiday displays filled with iconic characters, then hop on an open-air wagon ride and fill up on hot cocoa and s’mores at the bonfire before snapping a photo with Father Christmas himself.
1 Six Flags Blvd., Jackson
Nov. 17-Jan. 1
Six Flags has everything you need to get into the spirit: millions of lights, seasonal treats and Santa’s Village. From scents of pine and peppermint to photo ops with Kris Kringle, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a winter wonderland.
94 Championship Pl., Augusta
Nov. 16-Dec. 30
After a mile-long drive glittering with 2 million lights, hit the village for photos with Kris Kringle, ice skating, a s’mores station, carnival games and more. The village runs Nov. 23-Dec. 30.
6415 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Twp.
Nov. 17-Dec. 30
Every night, Santa waves his wand and turns on more than a million lights from atop his chimney. He’ll continue to light the park from the comfort of his cozy home until Dec. 23.
560 Northfield Ave., West Orange
Nov. 16-18, 23-25, 30; Dec. 1-2, 7-31
Combine two of the kids’ favorite things: the holidays and a visit to the zoo. See 50 illuminated winter and animal characters and come back every weekend for themed activities. Don’t forget to bring food and clothes to donate.