Holiday Lights in Phalen Park
in St. Paul Minnesota
(Saint Paul, MN)
Phalen Park Holiday Lights Display
One of our favorite holiday traditions in the last few years is the Holiday Lights in the Park in East Saint Paul.
You get to drive slowly through Phalen Park and look at an amazing array of lighted sculptures. There are the expected displays of snowmen, Christmas carolers, decorated Christmas trees and so forth. There are also the unexpected including a pirate ship, a castle a dragon and so much more.
Don't miss this!
There is a cost; it's 10.00 per car most night and 8.00 on their "value nights." They have a website and Facebook page so just look online for all the details.
The money charged for the Holiday Lights drive goes to charities like Second Harvest and the Union Gospel Mission.
So have some fun with family and friends and know that you are also helping others.
Here's the address: Phalen Park, 1615 Phalen Drive E
St. Paul, MN
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