If you can drive there to see racing you have to make the drive to see The Gift of Lights at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

It’s in its 5th year and will be open until January 2 with its popular holiday light show with 2 million lights. A three mile stretch of lights and displays that includes passing through two stunning 130-foot lighted tunnels.

Monday through Thursday the cost is only $15 per car load and on the weekends and holidays it’s $20 a car load. You even get to drive down VIP street where NASCAR drivers park their motor homes during race week.


Kids can visit Santa's Workshop, where they'll be greeted by St. Nick and special guests New Hampshire Motor Speedway mascot Milo the Moose and Frosty the Snowman. Through Dec. 23, photos with Santa cost $5, and come complete with a custom Gift of Lights frame. From Dec. 24 through closing day, Frosty will be available for photos.