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Bright nights: Where to see some of the best holiday lights in Burnaby

Light up the night! ✨ 🤩

By Burnaby Beacon Staff | December 10, 2021 |5:00 am

‘Tis the season for twinkling holiday lights. If you’re looking to add some brightness to the season, you’ll be pleased to know there are many light displays to check out around Burnaby, and we’ve included several in the list below.

The City of Burnaby has also put out a more detailed map, which you can check out here. 

If you’ve got a display you’d like to share with us, send us an email here and we’ll be sure to feature it in an upcoming newsletter.

The Hasting Street trees


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Find over 200 trees glowing trees along Hastings Street between Boundary and Gamma shining bright with over 10,000 lights.

Along Kingsway

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Overpass and banners along Kingsway/ Supplied

If you’re driving along the western entrance into Burnaby along Kingsway, you’ll be able to spot these giant glowing trees and overpass shining bright with beautiful holiday lights.

Willingdon Linear Park


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The trees at Willingdon Linear Park are sparkling with beautiful icicle lights. The park is located on Willingdon Ave between The Amazing Brentwood and Hastings.
Address: 1420 Willingdon St

Central Park

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Lights at Central Park/ City of Burnaby

You’ll be able to find lit-up trees at Central Park as well as some very festive eco-sculptures.

Deer Lake


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The trees at the beach at Deer Lake are decorated to look like glowing spirals of light, making for a whimsical holiday display.
Address: 5435 Sperling Ave

Burnaby Mountain Park


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It’s a winter wonderland up at Burnaby Mountain Park. Put on your warmest gear and enjoy a holiday stroll along a path lit up with glowing trees.
Address: 100 Centennial Way

Kensington Archery Range

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Lights at Kensington Archery Range/ City of Burnaby

Another wonderful lights display can be found at Kensington Archery Range. The huge evergreens adorned with lights will surely get you into the holiday spirit.
Address: 6159 Curtis St

Edmonds Community Centre and Park


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If you’re looking for a massive Christmas tree then head down to Edmonds Park. Bring the family, some hot chocolate, and be dazzled by these beautiful lights.
Address: 7433 Edmonds St

Heritage Christmas 


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The Burnaby Village Museum will be transformed into a festive winter wonderland with the return of Heritage Christmas, presented by Concord Pacific. The event will run until January 3. Gate admission is free and no reservations are required.
Address: 6501 Deer Lake Ave

DuPlessis Family Christmas Display

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DuPlessis Family Christmas Display / Supplied

If you’re looking for a very bright holiday light show to check out in Burnaby, head to the DuPlessis Family Christmas Display. This year, the Burnaby mega-display features a revamped ice rink with much-loved characters including Mickey and Minnie, Olaf, Charlie Brown, and Snoopy. The family puts on the show in order to support BC Children’s Hospital. Donations are collected onsite or online. The light show plays nightly from 4:30pm to 12 am until Jan 9, 2022.
Address: 8222 Burnlake Drive

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