An Outing for the Whole Family

Let’s be honest, this year has thrown us all for a loop. Here at The Lights of Christmas, the friendly staff want to provide you and your family with an opportunity to experience the joy of the Holidays. The festival may be a different format this year but the magical experience that highlights the hope of Christmas is unchanging.

This year there will be even more lights than usual, more displays, and more opportunity to be dazzled. In addition, there will be exclusive areas not generally used by the festival that will be decorated. Guests will have the opportunity to drop off a letter to Santa as they wave to him and Mrs. Claus.

Tune in to a special music track featuring the famous Bruce the Spruce, the talking Christmas tree, as the radio DJ. He is sure to give you and the family a laugh! Or play digital bingo as you travel through the event bringing back nostalgia from road trips past. And let’s not forget about those yummy hot-fresh-mini donuts and delicious hot drinks that will still be available!

At the end of the event, there will even be a drive-thru gift shop to pick up some trinkets to remember the different style of holiday outing! The different gift shop items can be found here.

Admission is only available online at TheLightsofChristmas.com. The event runs select dates from November 27 through December 30. You will be prompted to select a day and time of arrival at checkout.

Don’t wait! Purchase admission for A Drive-Thru Christmas today!

-Kayla Stikeleather, Marketing Specialist
The Lights of Christmas

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