Walking in a Winter Wonderland

November 27-January 3

You’ll be delighted by this light show that lets you see fantastic displays and music along the paved path at Clearbrook Park. Take your time enjoying the sights and sounds of the season along the magical stroll through a winter wonderland. Clearbrook Park’s annual light show is a tradition sure to create lasting memories!

Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.

Regular Admission
Ages 3+: $5
Ages 0-2: FREE

Showtimes: 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm, and 9:00 pm

Pre-registration is required this year. More information and Register HERE

TICKETS : Tickets will be emailed to you after completing the registration process and are needed for admission using a touch-less scanning system when entering the show. Please make sure you have your tickets ready to scan when entering Walking in a Winter Wonderland. Thank you

Please observe social distancing guidelines while attending this event. Leashed and friendly dogs are welcome on Sunday evenings only.

PARKING : Please enter at the Clearbrook Pool parking lot entrance via Brucetown Road.
130 Poolside Drive, Clear Brook, Virginia 22624

Pumpkin Patch and Photos

Please join us for a pick your own pumpkin festival!
We have beautiful pumpkins in various sizes ranging from ½ pound miniatures to 50 pound giants! We will accept credit/ debit $3 minimum.

We will offer pick-your-own as well as pre-picked pumpkins.

We’ve partnered with Jaime Lyn Photography to offer our guests an opportunity to capture family photos! (3) images for $25 (Cash only)

Coco and Hocus Pocus at the Drive-In

The Family Drive-In Theatre is the only drive-in theatre operating in the Washington DC metro area.

They are a two screen, 64 year old classic, 484 car drive-in theatre with movie sound via the traditional speakers or via stereo sound (through your car radio).

A concession stand offers theatre snacks or full meals. Playground, pet friendly.

Make “magical” memories that last a lifetime!

Details on safety precautions during covid can be found here

Movies shown on screen 1: October 9, 10, 11 — Coco with Hocus Pocus

Women in STEAM


Celebrate Women’s History Month with us! We will be celebrating women’s accomplishments and contributions to science and inventions throughout history! Included are women of different ethnicities, backgrounds, countries of origin and fields of study. Activities will be related to these women and their historic influences.

Santa’s Headquarters

Santa Claus will be taking a break from his busy schedule to visit with children in Old Town Winchester at the Godfrey Miller Fellowship Center this holiday season. Santa will be taking visitors on Saturday from 10am to 2pm. Make a Christmas craft while you wait to visit the jolly old man himself!

Admission is free!



Festival of Lessons and Carols

An annual holiday tradition of Shenandoah Conservatory, Festival of Lessons and Carols features a service of Christmas carols sung by the Conservatory Choir, Shenandoah Chorus and Cantus Singers.

Phone: (540) 665-4569


Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony

Celebrate the fun and excitement of the holiday season in Old Town Winchester. Bands, floats, and specialty units along with Santa will be coming to see you. Don’t forget the tree lighting ceremony, immediately following the parade.

The Old Town Christmas Parade begins at 7pm and lasts until about 8pm. The parade route is Cameron Street to Piccadilly to left on Braddock St. to left on Cork St. and finish at Loudoun St.

Tree Lighting: Santa will walk down Rouss Avenue to the official Tree Lighting stand to light the tree.

Parking: There is a $5 flat rate fee upon entering any of the parking garages for the Christmas parade.

Street Closures: Cameron St. between Cork and Piccadilly will be closed at 6:00 pm for the line-up. Streets surrounding the pedestrian mall will close at 6:30 pm for the parade


Inclement Weather: The parade will be held on the day scheduled unless there is severe inclement weather. Weather announcements will be made on local radio and cable stations. There is not a cancellation date.


Frozen Celebration

This interactive kids program will feature face painting, balloons, craft stations, sing-alongs, stores from Frozen, and a special meet and greet with Anna and Elsa characters from the movie Frozen!

A family 4-pack of tickets to the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester will also be raffled off for a free trip to the movies. More information can be found at www.handleyregional.org/kids

Frozen II Extravaganza

It’s our last event of 2019 and we plan on ending our season with a bang!

Bring the children out in their best Anna & Elsa, Kristoff or Hans outfits on the weekend of Friday, November 22 thru Saturday, November 23rd and attend a ball (dance) in our heated tent complete with Frozen decorations – music, dancing, a magician and other fun activities. Then watch Disney’s new movie: Frozen 2. Event time: 5 PM.

More Information and Tickets:

Scottish “Backyard” Highland Games

The Kernstown Battlefield Association and Clan Adrenalin will host its second “backyard” Highland Games of the season.

This low-key event is a perfect family outing. The games benefit prostate cancer research. The games start at 9 am.

Bagpipers will play throughout the day. Refreshments will be for sale by Shaffer’s BBQ. Please bring your own chairs.