Every year downtown Brampton is home to the city’s biggest and brightest lights display, and 2017 isn’t any different.

The lights went on around Gage Park and City Hall to much fanfare at the Annual Tree Lighting and will be on for much of the winter season.

Some new additions to the display include a giant moose in Gage Park and stars scattered throughout Ken Whillans Square.

Downtown Brampton’s lights display stretches from Gage Park all the way down to the corner of Church Street and Main Street. It takes over 300,000 bulbs to light the whole area.

The lights coupled with the serene skating trail at Gage Park makes the area a popular one for Bramptonians and out-of-towners alike. Don’t miss the lights this winter!

Need a place to park when you visit? Check out our downtown Brampton parking guide.

Feature Image – City of Brampton

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