Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Southern Lights holiday festival returns to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, November 22 - December 31.
Southern Lights, sponsored by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, has achieved status as a premier holiday event in the region and nation, according to a state news release. More than 115,000 individuals in more than 27,000 vehicles attend Southern Lights annually.
Following the driving tour, families are encouraged to park and visit Southern Lights’ other attractions inside the park. This year, guests can also enjoy an encounter with live reindeer.
The Southern Lights driving route is open from 5:30-10 p.m. nightly. The other attractions inside the park will be open every night except November 28 and December 24-31. The cost is $15 per passenger car Sunday through Thursday evenings and $20 per passenger car on Friday and Saturday nights. The cost for an extended van or limousine is $30, a mini-bus is $50, a school bus is $75 and a motor coach is $125.
The Southern Lights Stroll on November 21 is the only night the lights can be viewed on foot.
All proceeds support the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation.
Information on Southern Lights, group admission prices, Southern Lights Stroll registration and more can be obtained by contacting the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation at 859-255-5727 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting www.SouthernLightsKy.org or www.KyHorsePark.com.