|Overly's Country Christmas|
Overly's Country Christmas began when Harry Overly first decorated his rural
Armbrust home with just a few strands of lights and has grown into one of
the Pittsburgh area's most cherished holiday light show traditions. The display
now features over 1.7 million twinkling lights. If all the
strands of lights were put end-to-end it would stretch to Mars (Mars, Pennsylvania,
The display has moved from the Overly home and now lights up 15 acres of the
Westmoreland Fairgrounds. It includes 5 acres accessible as a park and
Westmoreland County Fairgrounds, Greensburg, PA
When: November 14, 2003 - January 4, 2004 (including ALL holidays!)
Hours: 5:30 - 10:00 pm Sunday - Thursday; 5:30 - 11:00 pm Friday - Saturday
$8 per car or family van
$10 per limousine, extended passenger van
Directions:From Pittsburgh and the West, take the Pennsylvania Turnpike Route 76 to Exit 7 (Irwin). Go east to Greensburg. Take Route 30 to the Greensburg / Mt. Pleasant Exit. Go south five miles on the Mt. Pleasant Road to the Westmoreland Fairgrounds. For directions from all other locations, click here.
Web site: Overly's Country Christmas
Don't Miss: Singing carols and
sipping hot chocolate around an old-fashioned bonfire. Plus, horse-drawn
wagons and sleigh rides!
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