Record setting year for Upper Canada Village’s Alight at Night

Above, Christ Church lit up during Upper Canada Village's annual Alight at Night. Courtesy photo

MORRISBURG Upper Canada Village’s winter lights festival, Alight at Night, has reported record breaking attendance of over 47,900 visitors over just 25 nights of operation. Alight at Night generates an estimated $5 million in economic impact to the region.

“This year everything worked to our advantage; we had a great family experience with exciting new elements such as the addition of our new Carousel Corner, combined with some of the best December weather – it was a win-win for everyone. Upper Canada Village is proud to be a part of so many families’ holiday traditions.” said Tracey Ogilby, Manager of Upper Canada Village.

The Premium Passport to the Past annual pass is a great way to maximize value and fun all year long. The passes provide an extensive list of benefits including unlimited visits to Upper Canada Village and Fort Henry main season and to fall and winter events. Passes are $74 for adults (19 years +), $55 for Student (13 to 18 years) and $50 for Youth (5-12 years). Upper Canada Village kicks off its 2019 season on Friday, May 3.

The St. Lawrence Parks Commission continues to set the standard in Eastern Ontario for delivering high quality events and a healthy dose of imagination to keep the visitor experience fresh and dynamic. Fall and winter events at the historic sites extend the tourism season and introduce new audiences to Upper Canada Village and Fort Henry, two of Ontario’s most iconic heritage sites.

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