Visit Lights Under Louisville, A Unique Christmas Cave In Kentucky, This Season
One of the best things about the holiday season is all the activities that go on: parades, light displays, markets, festivals, ice skating… But why not try something different, like, oh I don’t know, visiting a Christmas cave in Kentucky! If you’re looking for something a bit more unique that will still get you excited for Christmas, then you definitely need to check out Lights Under Louisville in the Louisville Mega Cavern. As one of the best light displays in Kentucky and definitely the most unique, Lights Under Louisville is an exciting way to celebrate the holiday season.
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Keep in mind that there are a few different ways to experience this Christmas cave in Kentucky. You can drive through the display on your own or purchase a Priority Pass to avoid the wait. You can also enjoy the lights from the comfort of a tram! Read about these experiences and more information on one of the best light displays in Kentucky here.
It is open Monday through Friday from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $27 per carload, but you can save $5 with a coupon that you can print right from the cavern’s website. The Louisville Mega Cavern is located at 1841 Taylor Avenue, Louisville, KY 40213. For more information, click here.
Has anyone ever experienced this awesome light show before? What are your other favorite things to do at Christmas in Kentucky? Share with us in the comments!
I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. I have lived elsewhere twice, but keep coming back. I'm a video editor and freelance writer who enjoys watching people wearing University of Louisville uniforms excel at sports, scaling the faces of large rocks, and hanging out with my border collie/laborador/cattle dog mutt thingy that I have.