I can't wait for this every year, with so many Christmas lights and a drive-through. It's become a family tradition in my house.

If you've never been to the PNC Bank Art Center's Magic of Lights, make it a special Christmas memory this year. Thousands of Christmas lights are everywhere in the parking lot at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel.

A drive-through is a "warm" way to look at all the beautiful Christmas lights without even getting out of your car. I've always enjoyed the thousands of lights.

Magic of Lights 2019
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When is this year's "Magic of Lights" at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel?

This year's dates are all set for 2022. The dazzling lights start on November 18th, 2022, and run through December 30th, 2022.

From their website and it's so true: Magic of Lights is a unique and dazzling drive-through holiday lights experience to celebrate the season. Pile everyone into the car and experience the Magic of Lights from the safety and comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path.


At every turn, the magical route is overflowing with spectacular light displays that bring your favorite holiday themes and characters to life.

It usually becomes incredibly busy and you'll see lines of cars with lots of smiles inside the cars. But, the line does keep moving, stay patient, and make some great memories.

You can purchase tickets now with a discount with the Santa Saver, click here for more information.

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