Bright Night Bath: a Maine Holiday Shopping Must - Lisa-Marie's Made in Maine

Bright Night Bath: a Maine Holiday Shopping Must

Santa & Mrs Clause kissing Lisa-Marie during Bright Night Bath 2023 in Bath, Maine

This year’s City of Bath Holiday Tradition took place on December 8th
and the Lisa-Marie’s elf was out and about discovering all the fun things to do during
Bright Night Bath in the City of Ships.

πŸš‹ Take a ride on Charlie the Trolley

Charlie cruised around downtown Bath giving free rides and hosting carolers. On a first-come first-served basis, the famous Bath trolley picked up passengers in front of City Hall and toured them around to see the beautiful holiday lights installed and maintained by the City of Bath Parks & Recreations and Maintenance Department.

❄️ The Life-Sized Snow Globe

Located across the street from Lisa-Marie’s Made in Maine (in the Brackett’s Street parking lot) you’ll find this giant inflatable snow globe. Perhaps this sneaky little elf wasn’t supposed to find her way inside it but it made for great holiday card photo opportunities.

🍬 Play the Candy Land Game

Visit the three Candy Land Stations throughout downtown and collect a Candy Land game card. Swap game cards for raffle tickets and enter for the chance to win Gift of Bath Certificates!

Candy Castle
Peppermint Forest
Lollipop Woods

πŸ›οΈ Shop one of the best Main Streets in the US.

In November, Bath, Maine was listed as one of the 50 best Maine Street shopping districts in all of the US. And we couldn’t agree more! Just on our block you can shop with our friends and neighbors The Library Book Store, J’Adore Consignment, Loyal Biscuit Co, and Maine Street Design Company.

Take a peek at our recap of the evening and some of the amazing places you can shop in the our beautiful City of Ships.


πŸ§‘β€πŸŽ„ Visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus

No holiday event is complete without a visit from the Big Guy and his better half. Santa and Mrs. Claus were roaming around Front Street spreading holiday cheer to everyone that came across their path. The joy of watching faces (young and young at heart) light up when they hear the familiar “ho ho ho” and hear the jingle bells will never, ever get old.