As a kid I remember driving around with my family to see all the Christmas lights. It seemed like every house on our street decorated for the holiday season. It brought all of us closer and we enjoyed the time together.
Rock City wants to carry that family close tradition with the Enchanted Garden of lights.
Joy, wonder, and Magic await as you walk through the path to see the beautifully strung lights. It's a wonderful time to bring the family together. Enchanted Garden of Lights features more than 30 holiday scenes. It's a North Pole Adventure that you don't want to miss!!
|My daughter in 2011 at the Enchanted garden of Lights|
See elves harvesting candy canes and building toys!
There is nightly entertainment in the pavilion, next to a warm fireplace with a hot cup of cocoa (full entertainment schedule).
Children can experience Sugar Plum Fairy Makeovers. They can enjoy face painting or dress up in costume and be magical fairies for a night. They can also enjoy Gingerbread cookie decorating and have the chance to visit with Santa and his elves to have their photo taken (through 12/3).
You can also enjoy a VIP Experience with Dinner with Santa!
"Rock City is proud to support the Ronald McDonald House during the Enchanted Garden of Lights event. A portion of ticket sales go to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Rock City has given over $100,000 to Ronald McDonald House so far from proceeds from this holiday event!"- SeeRockCity
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You can purchase a ticket to enjoy this wonderful event as well! Pricing varies. See the chart above.
Enchanted Garden if lights will take place through 1/5/2013.
Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets in return for this post. All opinions are honest and remain my own. Photos are courtesy of my family as well as the Rock City website.