The Festival is excited to present the Festival of Trees at Greycourt State Park! In a year when so many of our holiday traditions aren’t happening, our goal is to bring a COVID-safe, drive-thru festival of trees and lights to our community. Methuen residents may remember the days when the former Tenney Castle was beautifully decorated for Christmas. Although the castle is long gone, the remnants have been decorated as a reminder of this wonderful time in Methuen history.
“In addition to decorating the remains of the Tenney Castle and several trees in the park, the Festival will be adding 70 trees with festive holiday lighting to the park,” according to Tom Lussier, Festival Board president. “In addition, our hope is to have Santa visit Greycourt every night to greet all our guests,” he added.
The Festival of Trees at Greycourt State Park will be open every evening from 5:30 to 8:30 PM from Friday, November 27th through Saturday, December 19th.
Admission is $10 per car ($8 if pre-purchased online). Tickets will go on sale on Thanksgiving Day (11/26) in the Festival of Trees Online Store.