After a year of lackluster holiday fun, you can definitely expect the Christmas spirit to return around the region come December. Leading the front is Enchant Christmas’ return to Washington, DC, the first time since 2019.
The larger than life light maze will be returning to Nationals Park this November, welcoming guests into the winter wonderland from November 26 to January 2.
“We are thrilled to have Enchant lighting up Nationals Park again this year,” said Alan H. Gottlieb, Chief Operating Officer for Lerner Sports Group in a recent statement. “We loved the energy and holiday spirit that the event brought to the ballpark in 2019, and we are excited to host the DMV community in Navy Yard during the winter months.”
With the goal of fitting two years worth of holiday magic into one, there will be plenty of ways to celebrate the season. In addition to the light maze with millions of twinkling lights and installations, friends and family will be able to browse local vendors for holiday gifts, stay warm with delicious holiday-themed food and drinks, and take a twirl on the ice skating trail for a special view of the lights. Your little ones will also love meeting Santa and Mrs. Claus in this magical setting.
While the holiday season is just three months away, the countdown has finally begun. If you are looking to take a trip to DC’s temporary North Pole, tickets will go on sale in September.
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