Portland Area Holiday Displays

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Aspen Meadow – Celebration of Lights
24232 S Upper Highland Rd, Colton, OR 97017

This year’s theme is “The Greatest is Love”! Featuring over 150,000 lights, carolers, children’s area, miniature train village, indoor & outdoor displays, and refreshments.

Christmas in Dairyville
6149 SW Shattuck Rd, Portland, OR 97221

Alpenrose Dairy hosts its annual Christmas in Dairyville—a replica of a western frontier town that is transformed into a winter wonderland. Featuring: choirs, holiday movies, Santa, and nostalgic storybook lane.

Christmas in the Garden
879 W Main St, Silverton, OR 97381

Christmas in the Garden boasts 600,000 Christmas lights, ice skating, snowless tubing, carolers, artisan booths, fire pits, and Santa!

Christmas Ship Parade
Willamette & Columbia Rivers, Portland, OR

Nominated as one of USA Today’s 10 Best Holiday Parades, the Christmas Ships twinkling along the Willamette and Columbia Rivers for 15 nights in December. See website for schedules.

Festival of Lights at The Grotto
November 11th – December

The Grotto’s 30th Annual Festival of Lights presents the sights, sounds and sensations of the season. It is the largest choral festival in the world. Nearly 160 indoor concerts performed by the region’s finest choirs.

The Holiday Express – The Oaks Station
7806 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202

Santa and his elves invite you to join them on a magical ride behind Portland’s famous steam locomotives! Round-trip rides run Oaks Park Station to the Springwater Trails gateway on the Oregon Pacific Railroad.

Lighting of Maddax Woods
5785 River St, West Linn, OR 97068

Join the friends of Maddax Woods for their 14th annual magical walk down a lighted,
accessible path. These woods feature holiday displays, “creatures of the woods”, Dorothy Maddax’s garden and boat history.

The Miracle of a Million Lights – Victorian Belle
1441 McClellan St, Portland, OR 97217

Built in 1885 as a wedding gift, the historic Victorian Belle pays homage to the holiday
season in Portland. Experience over a million lights, 35+ decorated trees, trains displays, and
activities for the kids.

Peacock Lane
SE Peakcock Ln, Portland, OR 97214

Peacock lane celebrates this year with its new designation as a national historic district! This four-block land in SE Portland features fully decorated homes—a Portland tradition dating back to the 1920s.

Pioneer Courthouse Square Tree
701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

Join thousands of Portlanders in Pioneer Courthouse Square as the 75ft Douglas-fir provided by Stimson Lumber Company comes to life with over 14,000 lights.

Pittock Mansion – A Very Portland Christmas
3229 NW Pittock Dr, Portland, OR 97210

Pittock Mansion invites you to explore its rooms and corridors this season! Experience iconic places, people, & events of Portland as they are incorporated into this holiday design. A tradition for over 50 years.

Providence Festival of Trees
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR 97232

This Festival of Trees is Portland’s premier family-oriented holiday event. A timeless tradition featuring elaborately decorated Christmas trees, mini-trees, wreaths, and holiday displays.

Wenzel Farm Christmas Fantasy Trail
19754 South Ridge Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045

The Wenzel family has been inviting Oregonians to their farm for over 25 years! Take a walk through a lighted Christmas Fantasy Trail. Visit the 40 foot castle, tunnel maze, crooked house, suspension bridge and more!

Winter Wonderland at Portland International Raceway
1940 N Victory Blvd, Portland, OR 97217

Winter Wonderland is the largest light show in the Northwest—spanning the entire track at Portland International Raceway. Since 1993, this dazzling journey has been a holiday tradition for many families!

ZooLights – The Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR 97221

The Oregon Zoo hosts its annual ZooLights! As you walk through the zoo with your family and
friends, experience over a million lights, ride the train or carousel, and even visit Santa!

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