Experience the Enchantment of New York City’s Longest Outdoor Lit Colour Display


The NYC holiday season is right here! This means lots of festive lights are going to show and display (more than ever for the year 2021), decorations and Christmas lights with galore! Plus all the classics, like Macy’s department store windows, Rockefeller Center’s Tree and of course Dyker Heights which is situated in Brooklyn. Here is where to find them all!

This lantern display will return to the New York City area with its three locations for the year 2021. At Snug Harbor on Staten Island, check out ESCAPE:

Over the eight acres of luminescence you can walk amongst and back through. (It’s back for the third year on this spot.) In addition to the lantern display, there will be a live DJ, projection mapping, food vendors, and many more things.


Starting from the November 25, the Queens County Farm Museum will going to host Illuminate The Farm has an immersive and radiant world for the color.

It has a dazzling display of festive holiday lights and a handmade lanterns in the shape of flowers, tractors, favorite farm animals and much more.

Finally, a Long Island’s Nassau County Museum of the Art hosts “A Bug’s Night”, is a drive-through with immersive experience.

Roll through over 20 acres of vivid lanterns and holiday lights in the shape of the flowers, bugs, and the animals.

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Luminosity Festival:
The Luminosity Festival has a spectacular display of the larger-than-life figures lit from within its back, while touching down in Manhasset’s Whitney Pond Park for the year 2021 holiday season.

‘Shine Again’ is the theme of the event, which had features exhibitions of the spectacular light art displays which inspired by the traditional art of the Chinese lantern festivals.

“Lumia”, the Luminosity Festival mascot which had serves as your guide through the fantastical landscape, which had features new displays for the year 2021.

The all-new ‘Lumi’s Utopia” will include 3D sculptures made from the drawings by six young artists, while “Lumi’s Friends” will feature light sculptures for the


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