Check on Miracle on 34th Street in Baltimore, before it’s too late!

Now and through Tuesday Jan 1, Miracle on 34th Street/Hampden Lights (700 West 34th St. Baltimore) celebrates their 72nd year! Walk or drive thru between 6 – 11 p.m. every night and enjoy the best Christmas Lights in Maryland!

Residents of Baltimore’s 34th Street in Hampden turn their neighborhood into the city’s best display of Christmas spirit every year. The Miracle on 34th Street lights up the block between Keswick Road and Chestnut Street with traditional Christmas decorations and creative odes to Baltimore culture.

Over the years, many visitors from around the world have visited the lights on 34th street and left many messages in the books that the Hosier’s leave on their porch for people to sign and share. The street has been nationally recognized by Nightline, The Travel Channel, the Maryland Lottery, and Home and Garden to name a few. Some of the favorites are the hub cap Christmas tree, bike rim snowmen, overhead trains, and the Big Red Lighted Crab.

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