Alabama November 25, 2019
Drive Through Millions Of Lights At Galaxy Of Lights In Alabama This Holiday Season
Now that Christmas is just around the corner, we’re starting to see several festive light displays throughout Alabama. While most of these light displays are in individual yards, others are located at some of the state’s best known attractions. One light display is particular is the super magical “Galaxy of Lights,” which you can read all about below.
"Galaxy of Lights" is an annual Christmas lights display that's located at Huntsville Botanical Garden in Huntsville, Alabama. It's one of the state's most magical Christmas attractions and offers both walking and driving nights.
On November 25-26, 2019, "Galaxy of Lights" will offer its last two walking nights of the season. For information, click
here. Its driving nights will take place November 29, 2019 through January 4, 2020 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The costs for these nights are as follows: $25 per passenger car (up to 10 people) and $25 per van and tour bus (up to 10 people, and $3 for each additional person). Tour bus drivers are free.
NOTE: On December 2-3, 2019, "Galaxy of Lights" will be closed for the Galaxy 5K Run and the Galaxy 3K Holiday Dash.
During your 2.5-mile drive, you'll see numerous nursery characters, traditional holiday scenes, Santa, and so much more. "Galaxy of Lights" is the ultimate Christmas attraction for both kids and kids at heart.
Featuring millions of lights and nearly 200 larger-than-life displays, you don't want to forget adding "Galaxy of Lights" to your bucket list this holiday season.
Each display is designed and carefully assembled by the "Galaxy Guys," which is a group of retirees that have volunteered their time to make "Galaxy of Lights" such a magical experience.
If you happen to be in Huntsville, Alabama this holiday season, be sure to stop by Huntsville Botanical Garden and take a drive through its "Galaxy of Lights" display. It's sure to fill you with holiday cheer!
For more information about Alabama's "Galaxy of Lights," including how to purchase tickets online, you can view Huntsville Botanical Garden's website
and its Facebook page
Have you ever taken a drive through the “Galaxy of Lights” Christmas lights display? If so, what did you think? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
Another Christmas attraction in Huntsville, Alabama you don’t want to miss this holiday season is the city’s annual Tinsel Trail. For information, be sure to take a look at the following article:
Take A Stroll Down Alabama’s Tinsel Trail This Holiday Season For Some Christmas Magic.
Address: 4747 Bob Wallace Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35805, USA