Hey there, festive friends! Looking for Haverhill Christmas lights?
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and guess what? The streets of Haverhill, MA are turning into a real-life winter wonderland.
As your friendly neighborhood realtor, I couldn’t resist sharing the holiday spirit that Haverhill has up its twinkling sleeves.
Join me as we wander through the streets to see the Haverhill Christmas lights and see why these Christmas displays have become the talk of the town. Let’s unwrap the magic together and celebrate the holidays in style – Haverhill style!
Map of Haverhill Christmas Lights
Nearby Christmas Lights
Looking for more than Haverhill Christmas lights? Take a drive to nearby towns for full light displays and shows!
Merrimack Valley Celebration of Lights at Mann Orchard Farm – Methuen, MA. Come see the longest tunnel of lights in New England. Over 1 mile of roadway that has been transformed into a glittering display of over 1 million LED lights. The show runs every day from November 24 through December 30. Advanced tickets are recommended. Prices are based per vehicle.
Winterlights at Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens – North Andover, MA. Visit a magical outdoor experience and see the gardens aglow with your favorite light installations as well as marveling at new components. Bring the whole family for a fun and safe outdoor experience. Winterlights runs Wednesday through Sunday each week from the Friday after Thanksgiving (11/24) through December 31st. They are closed on December 24 & 25, but open on December 26th. Advanced purchase of timed tickets is required.
LaBelle Lights – Derry, NH. Escape the holiday chaos and experience a joyful winter wonderland at LaBelle Lights where over a million twinkling lights illuminate festive outdoor displays along a walking path. Admission includes special theme weeks. Open Tuesdays – Sundays 4:30-9:30 PM starting Nov 14 until January 7.
Zoolights – Stoneham, MA. Add some sparkle to your holiday season with Stone Zoo’s beloved tradition, ZooLights, presented by National Grid. From November 17 to January 7 (except Thanksgiving and Christmas), stroll through a twinkle light forest, bask in the glow of festive scenes and catch a glimpse of black bears and Arctic foxes in the Yukon Creek.
Immersing yourself in the tapestry of Haverhill Christmas lights is more than just a visual feast—it’s a journey through the spirit of community, creativity, and holiday magic. So, grab a cup of cocoa, embrace the warmth of the season, and let the glow of Haverhill’s Christmas lights guide you into a festive wonderland. Happy exploring, and may your nights be merry and bright amidst the enchanting glow of Haverhill Christmas lights!