Shady Brook Farm Lights Up the Holiday Season with Spectacular Show

Holiday Light ShowImage via Shady Brook Farm

YARDLEY, PA — Bucks County’s beloved Shady Brook Farm is set to dazzle visitors with its spectacular Holiday Light Show. Through select dates until January 27, 2024, the rolling farmland will transform into a luminous wonderland, adorned with millions of twinkling lights.

The Holiday Light Show at Shady Brook Farm has become a cherished tradition for many families. This year, it promises to be more magical than ever, featuring more than three million brilliant lights illuminating acres of farmland. The displays are sure to captivate visitors of all ages, as the farm transforms into a winter wonderland under the starry night sky.

Visitors have two enchanting ways to experience the light show. They can enjoy the spectacle from the comfort of their own vehicle, tuning their radios to 90.4FM to enjoy festive tunes as they drive through the illuminated landscape. Alternatively, weather permitting through January 8, 2024, guests can opt for an open-air wagon ride. Snuggled up with loved ones, singing holiday tunes, and seeing the lights up close promises a truly memorable holiday experience.

To make the season even brighter, Shady Brook Farm is offering a Holiday Light Show Multi-Pass. This allows families, friends, and loved ones to embark on up to five magical journeys through the light show for one low price. It’s the perfect way to make the most of the holiday season and create lasting memories.

The Holiday Light Show is located at Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA. Tickets are required for entry, and visitors are encouraged to purchase them in advance to ensure availability.

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Don’t miss out on this extraordinary holiday event. Come and witness the magic of the Holiday Light Show at Shady Brook Farm and make this festive season one to remember.

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