Avenue of Lights
  • November21st

    It’s that time again — time to pack up family and friends, grab some hot chocolate and drive through the Quincy’s incredible AVENUE OF LIGHTS!

    Just of North 36th Street, Avenue of Lights takes over the Wavering/Moorman Park complex with more than 350 separate pieces and over 15 miles of lights.

    Winding through the park you’ll see amazing displays of lights set in fun, visually stunning arrangements. And remember, everyone who works at the Avenue of Lights is a volunteer, and all the displays were donated by local businesses and organizations, and from entrance fees.

    Admission is just $9 per vehicle.
    Unfortunately, vans over 15 passengers are not allowed, to avoid damage to the park’s roads.

  • November16th

    Our friends at the Quincy Area Convention & Visitor’s Bureau have an attractive and easy to read list of holiday events in their Holiday 2013 – SeeQuincy December.

    There are great suggestions for other things to do — AFTER you’ve been to the Avenue of Lights, of course!

  • October25th

    The 2013 opening of Avenue of Lights is just 4 months away! We’re looking forward to seeing carloads of friends again this year.

    We’ll open the gates on November 28th, with the final day of the season being January 1st, 2014.  The

    entrence fee to $9 per car.  But remember, that’s per vehicle — pile as many friends & relatives in as you can!

    See you soon!

  • December30th

    If you’ve not been to Avenue of Lights this year, you’re running out of time! Our volunteers will be out and ready to welcome you in through Saturday, January 1st… after that, you’ll have to wait until next year!

    Bring along mugs of hot chocolate, your family & friends, and enjoy a spectacular site at this Quincy tradition!

  • December3rd

    The Avenue of Lights is best viewed while listening the cheerfully delightful Christmas music playing on 87.9FM! Broadcasting just within range of Moorman-Wavering Park, our low-power station plays all the holiday hits you’d expect — plus a few that might surprise you!

  • November26th

    We’re Open!

    Posted in: News

    Avenue of Lights 2013 is open! If you’re in the Christmas spirit or just want to see a beautiful display of lighted displays in a delightful setting of rolling hills and lakes, come on out!

    Tonight’s volunteers are from the St. Francis Boy Scouts, Friday’s volunteers are from AmVets and Saturday we’ll be staffed by volunteers in support of St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

    Check back often, we’ll update you with all the latest news from Quincy’s annual Avenue of Lights!

  • November24th

    The Avenue of Lights is completely volunteer-driven — no one takes a salary, and all of the work is donated. If you’d like to volunteer to help out, we’d love to hear from you.

    This year volunteers — businesses, nonprofits, families and individuals — have already staffed the main positions, but we can always find a place for you if you’d like to help us out.

    To volunteer, please use our contact form or email us, and we’ll be in touch.

  • November24th

    The 2010 Avenue of Lights kicks off Thanksgiving Day and as you may have noticed, we’re busy putting the finishing touches on the displays!

    We’re excited and looking forward to hearing how you like the displays this year. We’ve gone to a great deal of effort to make sure that all the lights are lit and the displays arranged as attractively as possible.

    Don’t forget to tune in to the Avenue of Lights station on your car radio, and as always, enjoy your visit!