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Now That Christmas Is Over, What Do We Do With The Relatives?

A popular place to take holiday visitors is Kennywood for its holiday lights display.

Wondering how to entertain the relatives now that the presents have been opened and the holiday meal is a memory?

How about Kennywood? More than 1 million dazzling lights and displays are illuminating Kennywood Park for the holiday season.

Kennywood Holiday Lights will run from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, through Dec. 30.

These rides are open during Holiday Lights: Gingerbread Express (Olde Kennywood RR), Merry-Go-Round, Paratrooper, Kangaroo, Ghostwood Estate (with a special holiday theme), Turtle, Auto Race, and up to nine Kiddieland rides. And forget the holiday cookies—the Potato Patch is open!

Among the other attractions:

  • Spectacular Holiday Lights Show featuring favorite holiday music every half hour.
  • Christmas carolers, performances by choirs, model train displays, festive foods.
  • Holiday-themed rides on the Olde Kennywood Railroad, plus the Merry Go Round and kiddie rides. There’s something for everyone, no matter what age you might be.

Admission is $14.99 a person at the gate, plus a $1 amusement tax. Participating Giant Eagle locations offer admission tickets at a $2 savings. This year, the park is offering a Holiday Lights Holiday Pass good for the season at a cost of $24.99, plus a $1 amusement tax.

To buy Holiday Light tickets online, click here.
 Add $1.25 processing fee/ticket for online purchases.

 

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