New England Holidays Lights Map

By New England Macaroni Kid Publishers December 12, 2020

Driving around to look at holiday lights in New England is a tradition that many families look forward to every year. Especially in 2020, where many in-person events are non-existent.  For my family, driving around to look at holiday lights is as traditional as dressing up for Halloween and watching annual tree lighting ceremonies in Boston or Worcester.

It is especially nice to drive around and enjoy the magic of holiday lights because you can do it more than once, or even visit different neighborhoods to change it up a bit.  You can even listen to Christmas music in the car and use a fun holiday search list to keep the kids entertained.  

Check out our local map of Massachusetts holiday light homes and businesses below. Please note that locations were submitted by our readers and things may change. Be sure to follow any current travel restrictions set by towns, counties, and states.

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Find our South Shore Holiday Lights only list and map HERE.