Northern Californians will need to drive south to visit Enchant Christmas this year.
Only one city in the state is on the popular event’s location list.
Last year, the immersive holiday show famous for its millions of twinkling lights and holiday village was presented in West Sacramento’s Sutter Health Park.
This year, you’ll have to make the trip to San Jose to see what’s described by organizers as the “world’s largest Christmas light maze and village.”
Enchant Christmas light show
Enchant is bringing its holiday light show experience to seven locations throughout the country this year.
The immersive experience transports visitors to a holiday wonderland. There are more than 4 million twinkling lights throughout the grounds, according to the website.
Guests also can explore a light maze, an ice skating rink and a village with artisan vendors and crafts. Kids will have the opportunity to visit Santa Claus and get professional photos taken, the website says.
Enchant has been hosting immersive holiday light events since 2016.
When is Enchant Christmas coming to California?
When: Nov. 24 to Dec. 31
Where: PayPal Park, 1123 Coleman Ave., in San Jose. It is roughly 83 miles from Modesto via Interstate 580, a drive that’s estimated to take an hour and 30 minutes.
Tickets: $25 for kids and go up to $38 for adults. Special ticket prices are available for seniors, military service members and family bundle packets. Enchant tickets can be purchased online and are available now.
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