A lot of people believe that as soon as Thanksgiving wraps up the Christmas season begins. So as you are finishing up your Turkey tomorrow. Here our a few ideas for some seasonal things to do around the Cleveland area.
Wild Winter Lights at the Metro Park Zoo
This annual holiday light spectacular features over one million individual lights displays spread across the zoo. There are also carousel rides, costumed characters, model train displays, ice carvers, live music, a dazzling light show with a 50-foot tree and photos with Santa, of course. Tickets, $18-$20. Drive-through experience available on select dates for $54-$60 per vehicle.
Christmas Story House and Museum
Tour the Parker’s home from the 1983 classic movie, which has been restored with great detail to its original splendor. Fans can find original props, costumes, memorabilia and rare behind-the-scenes photos in the museum across the street. Tickets, $11-$15.
Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad’s North Pole Adventure
Hop aboard a train and ride the rails through the Cuyahoga Valley to the magical North Pole. Enjoy hot cocoa, cookies and fun before getting a glimpse of Santa’s helpers preparing for Christmas Eve. Then, hand-deliver your letter for St. Nick to the North Pole’s Postmaster. Tickets start at $45.
Now through Dec. 19
If you are looking for more to do through out the holiday season. Go check out Cleveland.com. They have an article for 55 Things to do for the Holidays in the Greater Cleveland. Link to that article will be down below.