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Festival of Lights at La Salette Shrine

The Festival of Lights at La Salette Shrine returns for it’s 68th year with 400,000 lights over 10 acres, and it’s theme is “Love is Born”. A visual feast for the entire family.

One of New England’s most famous Christmas events is back in Attleboro, Massachusetts. The festival of lights at the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette has returned for its 68th year with the theme, Love is Born.

There’s Christmas magic in the air with more than 400,000 lights and larger than life displays over the shrines 10 acres.

This year’s festival features the return of Klopper the donkey, a carousel, fire pits for making smores and the International Creche museum with hundreds of Creches from around the world. Big and small.

So grab a hot chocolate and maybe a snack as you stroll the beautiful grounds and get into the holiday spirit.