This years visit to The Gift Of Lights!

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This year was our second trip to the Gift of Lights at the NH Motor Speedway. We were really excited because we absolutely loved it last year! This year they had some of our favorites from last year and lots of new light displays. Here are a few of the pictures we took.

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At the end of the light displays they had the bonfire where we got to make S’mores and warm up. It was amazing!! We can’t wait for next year!

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Spanning over two miles, the Gift of Lights is one of the largest displays of holiday lights in New England. It includes several themed displays, such as the 12 Days of Christmas, a jungle scene and a Nativity depiction. The course winds around the outside of the track’s grandstands and includes a portion of the NHMS Road Course.

The New Hampshire Motor Speedway is now offering a $2 off Coupon for Gift of Lights!

Just Click Here for more details!

And check out  Our visit to the Gift of Lights at the NH Motor Speedway last year.

3 Comments

  1. barniebad

    The looks wonderful. My kids love to go to the raceway. I’m not sure we can make it from South Dakota to New Hampshire, but if we ever get the chance we will definitely visit. I’m glad you had a great time.

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    1. Silvie (Post author)

      It really was wonderful to see all those lights! Besides the one in New Hampshire they have them in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas and Florida. You should go to one if you get a chance. 🙂

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