Free Stuff to do in Attleboro, MA.
The best way to get into the Holiday Spirit is at La Salette National Shrine in Attleboro, MA. The Christmas Light Display illuminates the night sky from Thanksgiving to New Years and tells the story of Christ’s birth. La Salette Shrine is a vibrant Roman Catholic community that has shared their Celebration of Lights with the community for 68 years.
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Although it’s not a hike, it’s outdoor walking and beautiful to see. It is family and stroller friendly but almost entirely outdoors, so dress warm.
There is a small carnival ride section with a few amusement rides for the kids.
It is free to visit, but donations are accepted and I highly encourage you to make one to keep this tradition going for many more years.
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Lights come on daily at 5pm and turn off at 9pm. Be sure to arrive a little early as traffic can be heavy at times, however parking is typically plentiful.
From the La Salette Shrine website, you should know…
- Please take time to review them before visiting!
- While on our property, all guests are required to wear a facial mask covering both their nose and mouth at all times, BOTH INDOORS AND OUTDOORS.
- Guests/family groups must maintain a social distance of 6 feet from others while BOTH INDOORS AND OUTDOORS.
- At 8:30 pm, all buildings open to the public will close. We will announce a reminder at 8:00 pm. Please plan accordingly.
- The lights will be turned off promptly at 9:00 pm and all guests are asked that they vacate the property by that time.
- Be advised, every indoor area is subject to occupancy limits to respect a social distance of 6 feet.Please remember that during the Christmas Celebration (November 26 through January 3, 2021), we are open EVERY NIGHT from 5-9:00 pm so try coming during the week! We look forward to seeing you at our 68th annual Christmas Celebration!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!