Check Out These Christmas Activities This Weekend In Lansing
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! And, it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas too with all these fun activities!
There are tons of Christmas activities and events happening in and around Lansing. Check out some in the list below!
The Nite Lites are a Jackson tradition, and this year, they're bigger than ever before! That's because the Nite Lites are at a new home this year; the Michigan International Speedway. Over 3 miles of magical Christmas lights right on the track! The Nite Lites are open every evening of the week from now through December 30th, and it's $20 a car. Plus, there's a Winter Wonderland with Santa every weekend. Click here for more details!
If you've ever wanted to visit Santa's home, but figured the journey to the North Pole would be a bit too long, you can now visit The Town of Christmas in Jackson! In The Town of Christmas you can get a peek of Santa's "toy factory, assembly line, elves, Santa's sleigh, a train, and reindeer stables with a singing reindeer and see the big man himself." We've got all the info about The Town of Christmas and how to get your tickets, here.
The Potter Park Zoo is hosting its 23rd annual Wonderland of Lights this year! This is a chance to see "thousands of lights create extraordinary animal exhibits and holiday displays"! The kiddos can also enjoy some crafts and animal encounters. Plus, COOKIES! Wonderland of Lights still has several days left, click here for days, times, and more info!
This is the last weekend for the North Pole Express Train! The train takes you on an hour ride to Ashley. Then, you get to spend two hours in Ashley where you can enjoy all kinds of lovely activities; music, comedy, writing a letter to Santa, a petting zoo, cookie decorating, crafts, and more! Then it's back on the train for the trip back. Click here for pricing and more info!
This will be the 5th year that Turner-Dodge House will host A Festival of Trees; An opportunity to see the inside of Turner-Dodge House, as well as see it festooned with "as many as 60 trees decorated for the Holidays!" The trees have been decorated by Lansing area businesses and individuals. If you'd like to witness A Festival of Trees, click here for more info!