Winter Wonderland lights up Slater Park

Posted 12/6/23

The Pawtucket Winter Wonderland is Rhode Island's largest holiday festival and display. Set up on 30 acres within Slater Park, it is made up of 650 decorated Christmas trees, more than 100 light …

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Winter Wonderland lights up Slater Park

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The Pawtucket Winter Wonderland is Rhode Island's largest holiday festival and display. Set up on 30 acres within Slater Park, it is made up of 650 decorated Christmas trees, more than 100 light displays, 20 victorian style houses, multiple 40' LED mega trees, a read-along "Night Before Christmas" display, and much more.
On Dec. 9 and 10, from 4 to 8 p.m., the roads will be closed to allow families to safely walk through our display to view all of the decorations, listen to Christmas music, take great pictures and make great family memories that will last forever.

The following activities happen during festival nights:

  • Visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus
  • Ride the Miniature Train or the Historical Looff Carousel
  • Enjoy a Hay Ride with your family
  • Take a stroll among the 650 trees and 20 Victorian houses
  • Talk with our 18-foot talking Snowman
  • Enjoy free face painting and craft activities
  • Walkthrough our "Night Before Christmas" Displays
  • Visit the Historical Daggett House
  • Be entertained every hour by a local dance studio, band, choral or professional entertainer.

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