Festival of Lights at La Salette in Attleboro, MA

LaSalette Shrine in Attleboro, Massachusetts puts on an amazing light display each year. This year marked the 60th anniversary of the tradition. Over 800,000 LED lights and a synchronized light and music show round out a festive holiday experience. The grounds are peaceful, especially if you visit near closing or on a rainy day. There is a trolley available for a small fee as well as hot drinks and small snacks.

Check out a few pictures from this year’s light show

Lights over the pond at La Salette during the Festival of Lights
Peace on Earth sign at La Salette Festival of Lights
Beautiful light display at La Salette's Festival of Lights event
Pretty snowflake lights at La Salette's Festival of Lights event

Attleboro a small city in Southeast Massachusetts is located about 20 minutes from Providence. There are plenty of restaurants in town to try out before or after your visit.

Admission is free although donations are welcome. The festival runs nightly (5pm-9pm) from Thanksgiving until early January. Parking is available at 947 Park Street in Attleboro, Massachusetts.