Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights has returned for its 24th season with more than one million LED lights and the first-of-its kind walk-through Christmas tree. The award-winning extravaganza will showcase more than 30 holiday scenes from 6-9 p.m. nightly through Dec. 31 (excluding Christmas Eve).
“Our new 43-foot walk-through Christmas tree is the first of its kind and features thousands of programmable LEDs all swirling and spinning to music, with a 40-foot archway tunnel of colored lights,” says Will Jackson, senior manager of innovation for Rock City. “Seeing the tree as you approach is impressive, but the experience of being inside the tree during the show is unforgettable.”
Guests enter through the roundhouse gates onto the North Pole Highway and choose one of four themed “realms.”
The Magic Forest features dancing trees, orbs and arches leading to the Fairyland Caverns.
In the Arctic Kingdom, Blizzard’s Pass highlights icy gardens with lighted penguins fishing alongside animatronic polar bears.
Yule Town is the traditional route through the trail, and features classic Christmas icons.
North Pole Village hosts Santa and Mrs. Claus, where guests can decorate cookies and warm up with hot cocoa while listening to performances in the North Pole Lodge.
Dinner with Santa tickets are still available for Dec. 11 and 12. The holiday buffet includes a meet-and-greet with Santa, as well as a gift, photo and cookie decorating voucher with each child admission.
Source: See Rock City