Holiday Light Shows Around Berks You Don’t Want to Miss

It’s that time of year again to go out with the family to see the holiday lights. From stadiums to hillsides and private houses Berks County sure knows how to light the night with holiday cheer. Here are a few of the best Holiday light show displays around the county. Please note each display runs different hours and may charge for admission.

Christmas at the Stadium

Baseballtown turns into a winter wonderland this holiday season when the Fightins and Savage 61 Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram host Christmas at FirstEnergy Stadium presented by RAM Trucks. The event runs from Friday, November 24th through December 23rd.

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Christmas on Lincoln

Christmas On Lincoln is an animated Christmas Light display in Wyomissing Pennsylvania with over 60,000 Christmas Lights dancing to music. The light display was started seven years ago by Tim Macrina and his wife Katie.

Reading’s Christmas on the Mountain

For 26 years the Hillside Playground Association has transformed Hillside Playground into a Christmas Wonderland. It has become affectionately known as “Christmas on the Mountain”. This free to enter display, with over a half million lights, inflatables and decorations along with Santa’s workshop has become a holiday tradition for many Berks county residents.

Koziar’s Christmas Village

Celebrating 70 years of Season’s Greetings, Koziar’s Christmas Village has grown to a mammoth and extraordinary seasonal attraction drawing visitors from great distances as well as local families who have made Koziar’s part of their Christmas tradition for three generations.

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Gring’s Mill Park

Bring your family & friends to Gring’s Mill, and walk through the illuminated park and see our light displays and decorations. Sit in the upper level of the barn by the fireplace and enjoy lively entertainment each night from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

‘Twas the Lights Before

Join the Calvary Bible Fellowship Church in Sinking Spring for a night of synchronized Christmas lights set to music featuring Christmas classics and Star Wars music! Light shows run every 15 minutes, December 1-22nd, 5pm – 10pm. Free hot chocolate and cookies plus a fun Star Wars kids’ activity on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from 6-9pm. Over 80,000 lights dancing and twinkling to music.

Murdough’s Christmas Barn

Although it’s not a lights display, you won’t be disappointed by visiting the Christmas Barn.

An enormous selection of Christmas decorations and trim, housed in a century-old barn. Family owned and operated since 1953. German nutcrackers and smokers, Annalee dolls, Byers’ Choice Caroler figurines, Old World Christmas and Christopher Radko glass pieces, Dept. 56 villages, Possible Dreams Santas, Willow Tree angels, nativity scenes, advent calendars, light sets, artificial trees, wreaths, garlands, stockings, tree skirts, cards, candles, cookie cutters, and many hundreds of ornaments!

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