A one-of-a-kind winter festival with over one million lights will take over Upper Canada Village this December. The annual Alight at Night holiday experience returns to the historical grounds, as heritage buildings, trees, and fences are adorned with lights.

Described as a picture-perfect postcard setting, Upper Canada Village kicks off its magical event on December 1st.

“This celebration of winter sees the magic return to the historic village as it becomes a captivating winter wonderland lit with over a million lights, providing a fun, festive, and family-friendly experience for all ages,” shares the site.

The one-of-a-kind magical experience is approximately 40 minutes, and you’ll get to explore the historic village.

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Don’t forget about the carriage ride! This private tour takes you for a ride around the village streets for about half an hour. You will depart with an exciting gift to mark the experience.

Each ticket covers 4 individuals and is priced at $150 plus tax.

There’s also a festive dining experience at the Harvest Barn or Willard’s Hotel. Those interested in a reservation can contact Upper Canada Restaurant Manager, Julie Amyot – [email protected].

Tickets are now on sale for Alight at Night and are priced at $17+ for those 13 and up, $14+ for those aged 5 to 12. The event is only open on select days from 5 PM to 9 PM:

  • December 1 to 3
  • December 7 to 10
  • December 14 to 17
  • December 21 to 23
  • December 26 to January 6

This is a magical experience you don’t want to miss out on.

Alight at Night

When: December 1 to January 6 on select days
Where: Upper Canada Village – 13740 County Rd 2, Morrisburg, Ont