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6 Dazzling Light Displays

6 Dazzling Light Displays

Whether you enjoy breathing in the crisp winter air or staying cozy in the car with loved ones, here are six places to enjoy the holiday lights in Cincinnati USA this holiday season.

Fountain Square shimmers throughout the holiday season and the centerpiece is the 55-foot tall holiday tree. Be sure to check out Macy's Downtown Dazzle featuring Santa rappelling down a building and a spectacular fireworks display synchronized to music on the following Saturdays: December 7 & 14.

 

Light Up the Levee at Newport on the Levee - Featuring more than one million LED lights dancing in synchronization to holiday music every 20 minutes. Runs November 26 - January 5. 

PNC Festival of Lights at Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - This year's festivities include nearly two million LED lights, Wild Lights Show on Swan Lake and much more. Evenings November 23 - January 4. Closed Thanksgiving (open during the day), Christmas Eve (open during the day) and Christmas Day (closed all day).

Holiday in Lights at Sharon Woods - Drive through this color display of illumination adorning hundreds of trees as well as over 120 moving and standing holiday themed figures. Open nightly from November 22 -December 31 including holidays.

Holiday Lights on the Hill at Pyramid Hill - This drive-through exhibit features more than a million lights plus laser light displays. Open nightly November 22 - January 1 including holidays.

Christmas Town at Creation Museum - This free display includes a live Nativity and dazzling garden of lights. Friday & Saturday evenings December 6-28.

Looking for more? Check out these holiday attractions or book a holiday package or attraction tickets.

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