Open Daily; December 9-24 (Garden House)

All Aboard!  Next stop… Santa’s Trains at Look Park.  This holiday season, Look Memorial Park is celebrating this special time of the year with running model trains and locomotives whirling by displays set in a whimsical wonderland of Christmas favorites and village landscapes. The Garden House, transformed into a Victorian style train station, offers all the sights and sounds of the holiday season.  View our enchanting themed holiday trees, say hi to Santa’s Helpers, chat with our authentic engineers and share that special visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus before relaxing with a holiday cookie and hot chocolate. Each evening features a special guest Conductor and Station Master from the community greeting you as you enter our magical world and share in the spirit of the season.

Santa’s Trains at Look Park is open to the public daily from December 9–23 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and December 24th from 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Garden House at Look Memorial Park, 300 North Main Street in Florence, MA.   This special holiday event is free for all ages.  Visit for information.

Look Park Holiday Express:  During Santa’s Trains, join us for a traditional hayride around the Park to view our over 50 holiday light displays made by our Grounds and Maintenance staff. Cost is $5/pp.  Departures are every 20 minutes beginning at 4:20 p.m. until 7:40 p.m. weather permitting.

Over 20,000 visitors annually visit the Park during the holiday season to visit Santa’s Trains, view our wonderland light displays and share holiday dreams with Santa.

Make Santa’s Trains at Look Park part of your holiday season!

*Look Park is a private non-profit park that is not tax payer funded. The Park relies on admission and event  fees as well as donations from our community friends and partners.

Holiday light seekers will find many different scenes from Santa departing on his sleight to giant colorful poinsettias to snowmen and reindeer and a nativity. There are also displays of animals you might see in the park such as woodpeckers and deer.