Celebrate the season at Easton Town Center with the sights, sounds, and feelings of the holidays. There won’t be a parade or holiday lighting ceremony at Easton in 2020, but the holiday season kicks off on November 20 for the 2020 holiday season!
Easton’s Grand Illumination
The Easton Holiday season starts on Friday, November 20 from 5-8 pm. Enjoy the feeling of the holidays as you explore the seasonal fun. No need to gather in a particular place for the lighting, as holiday magic will light up all over Easton at 7 pm. You can expect some seasonal surprises for the Grand Illumination!
Shop and stroll through the sidewalks of Easton Town Center under 2 million twinkling lights. Town Square will be illuminated with the 50 foot tree featuring a 5 foot star. The Easton Holiday tree will light up every 15 minutes at the top of the hour from 5-11 pm every day beginning November 21.
You’ll also want to see the Easton Express Railway travel through tunnels and villages before it makes its way to the North Pole. Stop at the other trees for a selfie, including the Central Park Fountain’s 30 foot tree, and the tree at Easton Gateway in the fountain at Gaslight Square. There are so, so many photos ops as you walk, shop, and snap your way through Easton.
Holiday Carriage Rides at Easton
Experience the magic of the season from a horse-drawn carriage ride throughout Easton’s North District and Fenlon Square. Rides are $10 per person, CASH ONLY. Children under 15 ride free with a paying adult. Carriages pick up and drop off outside of Zara on Gramercy Street.
Carriage ride dates
- November 21 – December 20: Saturdays, 6-10PM; Sundays, 3-7PM
- Friday, November 20, 6-10PM
- Monday, December 21, 6-10PM
Check out the amazing lights and seasonal delights of Easton during the holidays, including the amazing train display!
Easton will begin Holiday Hours during Thanksgiving week and through the December. Individual stores may choose their own hours, capacity, and policies, so call the brands before you visit to find out store details. You’ll find direct phone numbers and more information on the Entertainment, Shopping and Dining pages.
Photos with Santa Cancelled
Photos with Santa won’t be available at Easton Town Center this year, as he’s quarantining in the North Pole with Mrs. Claus and the Elves so that he can be healthy for the big day. He’ll be able to send personalized video messages to boys and girls on his list starting in mid-November. Details tba.
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