5 things you can do on Christmas Day in Burlington
Published December 23, 2022 at 12:41 pm
If you’re looking for something to do on Christmas Day in Burlington, there are a few things you can consider.
Here are five things to do on Christmas Day in Burlington in 2022.
Burlington has more than a dozen outdoor skating rinks maintained by local residents. They’re open for whomever wants to brave the weather. Here are this year’s locations:
- Brant Hills Park
- Breckon Park
- Bromley Park
- Coronation Park
- General Brock Park
- Greenwood Park
- Iroquois Park
- Kiwanis Park (2 rinks)
- Orchard Community Park
- Sheldon Park
- Sherwood Forest Park
- Sinclair Park
- Sycamore Park
- Tansley Woods Park
Watch a movie
If you feel like venturing out to catch a new movie or two, it might be a good idea to check to see what movies pique your interest. Residents can catch the latest blockbuster films at SilverCity Burlington Cinemas, Brant St. and N. Service Rd., which will be open on Christmas Day.
Check out the holiday decor
Some Burlington residents go all out when it comes to Christmas decoration, and, since most start to look at taking them down, Christmas Day is one of the last to actually see the displays. Or you can head down to Spencer Smith Park after dark for the annual Festival of Lights display.
Go for a hike
What better way to enjoy the outdoors in Burlington than by taking a late-December hike? There are plenty of great trails in the city, including Kerncliff Park, Mount Nemo Conservation Area. For more ideas, visit here.
Grab a bite
Considering Christmas Day is one of the few days of the year when most businesses are closed, most people will have the day off work, and it’s the perfect opportunity to just relax and enjoy spending some quality family time together.
Residents can do this by checking out a local restaurant (call ahead to be sure it’s open) or taking a stroll through downtown Burlington to take some family photos.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising