This Massive Synchronized Christmas Light Show is One of the Biggest in Indiana
The Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center is the site of one the largest and most popular Christmas attractions anywhere in the Hoosier State. The Christmas Nights of Lights has become an Indiana family tradition, and this year's display is going to be bigger, brighter, and better than ever.
There is no shortage of spectacles to behold at this year's Christmas Nights of Lights. Visitors will see 20-foot-tall singing snowmen, a life-sized Nativity scene, Candyland, a huge American flag, and a 240-foot wall of Christmas lights. If that weren't impressive enough, there is more.
What the 2023 Season Has to Offer
Never one to rest on its laurels, the Christmas Nights of Lights also likes to keep things fresh and exciting, and this year is no exception. Here is what they have planned for the 2023 season...
This year, we are bringing some dazzling new light displays and new music for your family and friends to enjoy! Our new enchanted Christmas Trees will take center stage in the show this season as our newest additions! Thank you for your years of support! It is our family's great joy and pleasure to bring your family the very best light show we can!
The dazzling displays are open nightly from 6pm-10pm now through January 1, 2023.
It's important to know that vehicles must be NO MORE than 11 feet tall to drive through the light display.
How Much Will This Cost Me?
Tickets must be purchased in advance, online at ChristmasNightsofLights.com. Ticket prices are broken down according to how many guests are in each vehicle.
- $30 per carload (up to 8 people)
- $50 per carload (9-15 people)
- $75 per carload (16-35 people)
Here's the really cool part, though - a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to area charities including The Arthritis Foundation, Special Olympics, Indy Humane, and Salvation Army.
The Santa Claus Land of Lights in America's Christmas Hometown Santa Claus, IN
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