The Symphony of Lights In Iowa Is A Magical Wintertime Fairyland Experience

Around this time, it can seem like all of Iowa is showing off its holiday best. There are dozens of magical holiday light displays around the Hawkeye State, and planning the perfect itinerary for the season can be tricky. But to find the best holiday light festival in Iowa, you’ll want to go to Clinton for the Symphony of Lights. This drive-through event has turned the town’s Eagle Point Park into a wintertime land of magic filled with light displays, colorful trees, a gingerbread lodge, and even the most famous holiday figure of all time. It’s become a popular family tradition, and cars can drive through for only $8 a vehicle or $2 per person for larger vehicles with more than ten people. The event is running now through December 30th, so you can discover the magic of the Symphony of Lights for yourself!

Have you visited the Symphony of Lights in Clinton? Let us know about your visit, and tell us your pick for the best holiday light festival in Iowa in the comments section! If you’re planning a trip, you can find out more details on the event website and Facebook page. For another holiday event in Iowa, check out this lakeside light festival.

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Address: Symphony of Lights-Clinton, 3999 N 3rd St, Clinton, IA 52732, USA