We visit Kennywood in January

Kennywood Photos Taken: 01/02/2022 Posted: 01/10/2022

In this photo update, we visit Kennywood on its first ever operating day in January. It was too cold for the Jack Rabbit to be operating, but we did get a chance to take a lap on the train, Ghostwood Estate, Noah's Ark and Pirate.

Kennywood offers special food, lots of lights, ice carving and a magic show as part of its winter offerings.

Follow along as we show you around the 2021 edition of Holiday Lights.


Steelers Country at Kennywood
Steelers Country - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
Closed, just like during the regular season. Perhaps next year will be the year?
Kiddieland at Kennywood
Kiddieland - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
A good portion of Kiddieland was open. In addition, there was a petting farm in one of the pavilions.
Thomas Town at Kennywood
Thomas Town - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
The Thomas store was seemingly being cleared out.
Thomas Town at Kennywood
Thomas Town - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
It's possible they just left the merchandise they wanted to discount.
Misc at Kennywood
Misc - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
This stage was well utilized. A rare point in time it was empty.
Noah's Ark at Kennywood
Noah's Ark - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
I enjoyed the several holiday touches in Noah's Ark.
Misc at Kennywood
Misc - Kennywood
Date Taken: 01/02/2022
Date Posted: 01/10/2022
Over in front of the 4-D theater was an ice carver.