SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Christmas in the Park is back in San Jose, but this time with a twist.
The event has been moved from downtown to History Park, and it has now been converted into a drive-through to avoid crowds.
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Visitors will see traditional animated displays of light and hundreds of decorated Christmas trees.
There are also new attractions this year, like a 432-foot tunnel of lights with a musical show that plays through your car's radio.
"Through 32 original and reproduction homes, businesses and landmarks, History Park reveals Santa Clara Valley's past," according to its website.
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Christmas in the Park has been a San Jose tradition since the 1950's.
Tickets are available online.
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