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Experience tens of thousands of lights at Winter Wonder Woods

 

 Winter Wonder Woods

Winter Wonder Woods is SOLD OUT!
 
Please note: Winter Wonder Woods is still running as scheduled on Saturday, Dec. 17. This is a non-refundable event.

Celebrate winter in style with Milwaukee Recreation's Winter Wonder Woods! Join us to experience seasonal serenity in the city while creating lasting memories and new traditions.

See Hawthorn Glen in a new light as you stroll through our trails that are twinkling with holiday cheer. Tens of thousands of lights will illuminate the beauty of the Glen, winding you through the woods and past displays. Winter Wonder Woods will feature a selfie station, hiking Santa, educational facts along the trail, and more!

  • Where: Hawthorn Glen
  • Dates: Dec. 8, 9, 15, & 16
  • Cost: $4 per person (free for children that are 2 years old or younger)

Note: Please arrive at your scheduled time. Parking is extremely limited in both the Hawthorn Glen parking lot and on the street on the adjacent Martin Dr.

Street parking is not permitted on 60th St. Carpooling and ride-sharing is greatly appreciated!

On each event day, online registration closes at noon for that night's sessions. Online registration will remain open for sessions on the remaining dates.

On-site registration is available, as long as space remains in those sessions.

Concessions are cash only.

Contacts

Stephen Davis, Media Relations Manager

davis2@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
(414) 475-8675
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  • The MPS Class of 2023 earned $121 million in scholarships and grants; and
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