With 1,500 LED Lights, This Bridge Might Be The Best Light Display In Kentucky
By Sarah McCosham|Published December 10, 2022
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The Big Four Bridge is a Kentucky icon; a proud and inextricable part of the Louisville skyline. The bridge crosses the Ohio River connecting Waterfront Park in Louisville to Jeffersonville, Indiana. It’s a mile long and stunningly beautiful, especially at night. The Big Four Bridge has an LED lighting system that wraps the iron fretwork in vibrant colors; the lights can be programmed in a variety of colors and effects, and the city often has the lights coinciding with special events or holidays. All December long, the Big Four Bridge will be aglow for the holidays; and with 1,500 LED lights, it might be the best light display in Kentucky.