Westchester’s Winter Wonderland Drive-Thru Holiday Light Extravaganza Returns to Kensico Dam Plaza Bigger and Better Than Ever!
Westchester’s Winter Wonderland Drive-Thru Holiday Light Extravaganza, presented by Westchester Medical Center Health Network, will return to Kensico Dam Plaza bigger and better than ever with thousands of more lights and magical holiday animations. Guests will be dazzled and delighted along the 1.2 miles of holiday lights by several new additions for 2023 including: a new character – Snowball the Elf – who will be interacting with children of all ages from the Ice House, kept cool in the breeze of Old Man Winter. Other brand-new additions include The Transporter Tunnel- a 175-foot-long glowing string tunnel with a central stargate running along the middle, and Rudolph's Runway– colorful light tubes ushering you into and out of the north pole, and more electrifying lights surrounding the largest holiday Christmas tree in Westchester! Fan favorite Santa returns in a beautifully decorated snow globe, for the grand finale, guests will be able to make their New Year’s wish upon a new thirty-foot glistening star that will be featured at the end of the interactive show.
Starting Friday November 24th at 5:30 p.m., the festive celebration takes place six consecutive weeks through December 31, 2023. This year’s event will have extra early times slots available Monday-Thursdays starting at 5:30p.m. and on Saturday - Sundays starting at 4:00p.m. *End times vary per night. Tickets are $35 per vehicle, making it a great value for families! (+additional cost for large passenger vans/limos, email email@example.com for special reservations). Reservations are required to avoid additional surcharges.
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