Fun Things to Do this Season: Winter Walk of Lights in Virginia

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The holidays are fast approaching! This means the winter season is almost here, and so is Thanksgiving. With these events just right around the corner, it will be great to celebrate it with the sceneries you will enjoy and love. This brings us to today's feature: the Winter Walk of Lights in Vienna, VA!

man in brown jacket holding lighted sparkler

Celebrate the holidays by visiting the Winter Walk of Lights show in Vienna, which is celebrating its 10th year. The event will be open from November 11 to January 2, which gives a lot of opportunity for the busy bees out there. Suit up in your autumn and winter wear for the spectacular show of lights that will surely brighten up your hearts and feel the warmth of love wrapping around you. Enjoy the half-mile trail full of spectacular colors and wonders that your friends and family will love. Oh, did I also say that there are a lot of instagrammable spots that you can take pictures of?

Prime nights will be celebrated in the event from December 10 to January 2, so make sure to be there for some more shows and surprises! Learn more about the event and book your tickets by going in the NoVA parks website, or by clicking here.

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Comments (1)

John Pusa
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest - Glendale, CA
Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service

Hello Ritu Desai 703-625-4949 great fun events to attend this season, Winter walk of light in Virginia.

Nov 16, 2021 05:22 PM