The Gift of Lights returns to Bingemans to celebrate the holidays once again this year starting November 13.

The drive-through event allows families to cycle over 2.5 miles of twinkling lights while listening to Christmas music on the FM dial.

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“As we did last year, Gift of Lights will be timed and tagged, it’s a great option for anyone looking to venture out in a safe and socially distant way this holiday season, limited amounts of tickets are available and must be purchased in advance, ”said Bingemans Chairman Mark Bingeman.

Now in its sixth year, the Gift of Lights runs through the parkland, with over 300 static and animated light shows, with over a million twinkling lights.

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“You won’t be disappointed with this vacation experience that has become part of the vacation traditions of so many people,” Bingeman promised.

“We encourage you to share your experience on your social feeds with the hashtag #GiftofLightsKW. “

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Once again, visitors will pass through two lightweight tunnels, each over 150 feet long.

The first cars will take the path on November 13, while the lights will remain on until January 9.

The park will be open on public holidays and again this year, special events will be organized.

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