A Drive-Thru Christmas Online Admission Process

The-Lights-of-ChristmasOne of my favorite Christmas traditions as a child was packing into our minivan with hot chocolate and homemade sugar cookies and driving through all the local light displays. We would listen to Christmas jingles and awe at the beautiful arrangements. Those fond memories with my parents and siblings are one reason why I am so excited for this year’s A Drive-Thru Christmas!

The Lights of Christmas team has been working hard to transform our regular festival grounds into a drivable path filled with all the classic light displays—along with new displays that are guaranteed to dazzle. Our Guest Services team is also excited to announce a new admission purchasing system designed with you in mind. We have added a shop to the website to quickly pre-purchase your Drive-Thru admission on your preferred date and hour, without having to create a login account. Once you have purchased admission and have your confirmation ticket you just need to bring it with you on the date and hour it is for, either printed out or on your mobile device. Our staff will scan you in when you enter and send you through the dazzling Drive-Thru Christmas!

The goal for this year’s A Drive-Thru Christmas experience is to bring you the joys of The Lights of Christmas, while keeping you and your loved ones as safe as possible. Admission is charged per vehicle, allowing larger families to enjoy the event at a fraction of the cost. Although we are saddened to not have a walking festival, we hope the Drive-Thru Christmas will help your family continue your Christmas tradition in a year that feels very untraditional.

Please remember: pre-purchased tickets are required for admission this year. You can purchase tickets online at www.TheLightsOfChristmas.com/shop. Please plan ahead and select the date and hour of your arrival.

Thank you for joining us on this journey. We are excited to see you again, and we are blessed with the opportunity to spread Christmas joy for another year.

-Dustin Yoder, Guest Service Associate
Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center home of The Lights of Christmas

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