A Decades-Long Christmas Tradition, Drive Through The Kirsch Family Light Display And Live Nativity In Kentucky
Kentucky truly shines during the holiday season, with its small towns, big cities, and beloved attractions all lit up big and bright. There’s an undeniable magic in the air, with twinkling lights and gorgeous displays built proudly for the season. And while there are numerous options for enjoying Christmas lights in Kentucky, there’s one smaller event that’s a long-standing tradition here in the Bluegrass State — and it’s one you need to move to the top of your list.
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Every year, the Kirsch Family Light Display shines brightly in Butler, Kentucky, and it’s one of the most meaningful and enchanting ways to celebrate Christmas in the Bluegrass State. This year’s display has opened for the season, and the live nativity is slated for the full weekend before Christmas, which for 2021, is Dec. 17-19, from 6 to 9 p.m. each night. Learn more at the official Facebook page for the Kirsch Family Light Display.