Hold on to that holiday spirit for a little longer at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, PA.

According to Facebook, throughout the month of January (see the schedule below), you can still drive through the spectacular Holiday Light Show at a DISCOUNTED PRICE. If you couldn't make it to the farm during the holidays, or you didn't want to wait in the long line (it's very popular), now is a great time to go and save some money.

Starting tonight (Monday, January 3rd), it's only $30 per car (it was $40 per car when you bought a pass online during the holiday season).

My family and some friends of ours went for my birthday (December 19th), right before Christmas (it's an annual tradition for us), and had such a great time. We started off by driving through the light show, which will test your knowledge on The Twelve Days of Christmas (Do you remember how many drummers are drumming or how many maids are milking?), the seven wonders of the world, some classic nursery rhymes, and more.

After experiencing the over three million lights (incredible, right?), we reserved a private campfire, sipped hot chocolate, made s'mores, wandered through the walk through light display, did some holiday shopping in the market and greenhouse, and more. I can't wait until next year to do it again.

No more campfires until next holiday season, but, the Holiday Light Show will be open for you to drive through all this week (Monday, January 3rd - Sunday, January 9th), then, Friday and Saturday nights only for the rest of the month (January 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, and 29th).

Click here to purchase tickets. You must buy your tickets in advance.

Enjoy.

Shady Brook Farm is located at 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA.

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