BOSTON (CBS) — The coronavirus pandemic will make it harder to celebrate the holidays this year. But interest in one seasonal tradition – enjoying Christmas lights – is growing as people look for ways to get festive while staying safe.

We’ve complied a list of some holiday lights displays in the Boston area. Several are drive-thru, while others are on foot with face masks and social distancing required. Keep in mind online reservations may need to be made in advance.

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Click on the links to learn more about each event.

Drive Thru:

Magic Of Lights at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro
Nov. 13 – Jan. 9
$35-$50 per car depending on date

Waltham Lions Drive-Through Holiday Light Show
200 Trapelo Road at former Fernald School
Nov. 27 – Jan. 3
$20 per car Mon-Thu; $23 Fri-Sun and holidays

North Shore Holiday Light Show
Crescent Farms In Haverhill at 1058 Boston Road
Nov. 19 – Dec. 30
$23 per car when bought online; $25 at gate

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Drive-Thru Festival Of Lights In Middleboro
Boston/Cape Cod KOA at 438 Plymouth Street
Dec. 12, 13, 19 & 20
$5 per car when bought online; $10 at gate

Marshfield Holiday Light Show
Marshfield Fairgounds
Nov. 19 – Dec. 30
$23 per car when bought online; $25 at gate

Gift Of Lights At New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Nov. 26 – Jan. 3
$25 per car

Walking:

La Salette Christmas Celebration Of Lights
The National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette 947 Park St. in Attleboro
Nov. 26 – Jan. 3
Free

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ZooLights At Stone Zoo
149 Pond Street, Stoneham
Nov. 27 – Jan. 3
$13.95 per ticket