A Longwood Christmas, through Jan. 8, Kennett Square. Longwood Gardens will feature its own landmarks recreated in gingerbread along with thousands of poinsettias, Christmas trees and other flowers in an indoor garden. Outside, there will be over 400,000 LED lights and colorful fountain displays set to music. Tickets are $18-$25. Go to longwoodgardens.org.
Spirit of Christmas – A Celebration of the Holidays, through Dec. 21, Atlantic City. Enjoy a special song and dance performance at the Tropicana hotel. Follow the sounds of jingle bells into the Tropicana Showroom to see this Broadway-style Christmas revue. Tickets are $25-$35. Go to tropicana.net.
Holiday Light Show, through Jan. 2, Smithville, N.J. Watch more than 100 Christmas trees light up to the sound of holiday music around Lake Meone. And afterward take a short drive to Historic Smithville. Admission is free. Go to colonialinnsmithville.com
Holiday Train Show, through Jan 16, Bronx. Bring the family to The New York Botanical Gardens to see trains zooming down tracks, over bridges and past replicas of New York landmarks made of bark, nuts and leaves, including the Brooklyn Bridge and Yankee Stadium. Handcrafted by award-winning designers, the set is made from natural materials such as orange slices, cinnamon sticks and pine cones. Go to nybg.org.
Winter Wonderland Tour, Manhattan. Gray Line tour buses offers visitors a chance to enjoy the beauty of the city this holiday season. Stops will include the Aspen Social Club, a chic lounge in Times Square; Bryant Park's Holiday Shops , for ornaments, crafts, jewelry and more; and Obscura Antiques & Oddities, home to strange yet fascinating artifacts and antiques. Go to grayline.com for dates and pricing.