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Historic Smithville Christmas Light Show
December 6 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 5:00pm, repeating until January 6, 2019
From dark to 8:30pm Thursday through Sunday…Enjoy popular songs of the Holiday Season synchronized with a dazzling Christmas tree light show sure to get you in the Holiday spirit.
Over 120 Christmas Trees constructed from over 50,000 Christmas lights, magically float on Lake Meone in the center of Historic Smithville. The moment darkness falls, an orchestrated show of lights and music is played out across the lake. The lights seem to dance and chase each other to the music all the while reflecting off the water’s surface. This show can be seen from either side of the village as well as the bridge.
For more information, call: (609) 748-8999.
Watch a previous Historic Smithville Christmas light show video we’ve recorded.