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Callaway Gardens’ Fantastic Lighting Display Is Now Open For The Holiday Season

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Callaway Gardens’ Fantastic Lighting Display Is Now Open For The Holiday Season

Experience one of “National Geographic’s Top 10 Light Displays in the World” this holiday season.

The holidays are alive in the south. Despite all the madness, the City of Atlanta is lighting up with magical holiday cheer. From now to January 4, the immaculate Callaway Gardens’ Fantasy In Lights display is open to the public to enjoy.

Callaway Resort & Garden, Georgia’s authentic outdoor escape, has unveiled their highly-acclaimed lighting display to the masses.

“Treat your family to a fun tradition that’s filled with holiday cheer,” the gardens wrote in an Instagram. “It’s Christmas at Callaway, featuring Fantasy In Lights, one of National Geographic’s Top 10 Light Displays in the world.”

The magical lighting spectacle promises myriad of fantastic holiday experiences for the family to enjoy. Stroll through their whimsical Christmas Village, or, take a ride on their trolley for a cruise through the enchanted illuminated forest. New features include their synchronized two-football-fields-long “Magical Field of Lights” and 10-story-tall “Tallest Tree In The South”!

At Callaway Gardens, visitors can opt to extend their North Pole stay:


“Extend the celebration with an overnight stay, enjoy mouthwatering meals or cozy cups of cocoa in our beautiful accommodations, and explore 2,500 acres of stunning natural landscape.”

Ticket prices vary depending on the night of the week. Adult ticket prices start at $19.95; $14.95 for children between the ages of 3 and 11. Children aged 2 and under do not require a ticket.

Fantasy In Light runs until January 4. The display opens daily at 6 pm, while the Christmas Village opens at 4 pm.

Callaway Gardens strongly recommends for visitors to purchase their tickets online in advance. For more information visit their website here.

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