The Mesmerizing Christmas Display In Wyoming With Over 200,000 Glittering Lights

Now that winter is settling in and Halloween has passed, Christmas displays are starting to pop up along the roads and in stores throughout Wyoming. One display in Cheyenne won’t be ready for a few more weeks, but when it opens, it’s the most breathtaking sight in the state.

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The Hemi Lighted Forest of Hope is located at 6565 Ashley Dr., Cheyenne, WY. The display is recurring nightly from November 24th through New Years’ Eve, from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., with admission by donation. Hay rides are free, and train rides cost just $1.

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