The Hattiesburg Zoo In Mississippi Is Decked Out In Thousands Of Glittering Lights For Your Holiday Enjoyment
That’s right — the holidays are here again, and there’s no better way to enjoy the magic than Christmas at Hattiesburg Zoo. Lights of the Wild will take place over 15 nights, beginning Dec. 1 through Dec. 23, 2023. Twinkling lights adorn the buildings and festive carolers greet you everywhere you go. Step inside Lights of the Wild and let your inner child run free! This Mississippi attraction is decked out in ways unimaginable for your holiday enjoyment. Let’s take a look at these sparkling Christmas lights at the zoo.
For more information, visit the Hattiesburg Zoo website. Have you experienced Christmas at this amazing place? What’s your favorite Christmas lights display in Mississippi? Please share in the comments below.
If you’re looking for more holiday merriment, visit this festive town in Mississippi that comes alive during Christmas.
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- Christmas at the Orchard (
- (Holmes Water Park, 65 Old Highway 98 E., Tylertown, MS): The festivities at the lighted park take place each year from Thanksgiving to New Year's Eve. Enjoy wagon rides pulled by a tractor on this 40-acre lighted park, or take the walking tour. Meet with Santa and Mrs. Clause while sipping on hot cocoa and cookies.
- Christmas Lights at Landrum's Homestead and Village (1356 Highway 15 South, Laurel, MS): The 40th annual Christmas at Landrum's Homestead begins Nov. 18, 2023, with an exciting Sugar Cane Syrup Making event. A historic interpreter will give a live demonstration on how to make the syrup the old-fashioned way with a mule. Eat some warm biscuits with the sweet syrup afterward. In addition, the Christmas Lights event will take place on certain evenings in December. For more information, visit the Landrum's Homestead and Village website.
- Canton Christmas Festival ( This exciting event takes place on Nov. 24 through Dec. 23, 2023, with an opening day of shopping. New this year is Santa’s All American Home Town & Miniature Train Depot, visit the Canton History & Victorian Animation Museum, have fun on Rudolph’s Playground, and bring your children to the Carousel and other rides on the historic courthouse lawn. And of course, Santa will be there to hear about everyone's wishes for Christmas.