Drive Through A Christmas Vortex At Light Park In Spring

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Drive Through A Christmas Vortex At Light Park In Spring

Is it ever too early to start celebrating Christmas?

In defiance of the haters, the facts are in: scientists, experts, and psychologists all agree that those who celebrate Christmas early are happier people – after September, that is. Any time before is clearly overboard. Although the merry day is over a month away, you can kickstart your holiday fun by cruising through millions of twinkling Christmas lights at Light Park in Spring. [Featured image via Facebook]

Hello, holidays: Houston’s first drive-thru animated Christmas light experience has rolled into Spring for the joyous season.

“Don’t miss the Brightest Show South of the North Pole,” the group writes on its Facebook page. “Electric holiday attraction features millions of lights synchronized to a festive mix of music and includes entertainment while you wait.”

Light Park is located in the parking lot of Hurricane Harbor Splashtown at 1305 Spring Cypress Road. The timing of the experience depends on the traffic flow, but according to the company, ought to last between 20 and 30 minutes. Tickets are on sale now for $35 per vehicle. Buyers can receive a discount when purchasing online.

The light spectacle is open every night of the week between 5:30 pm and 10 pm until January 2.


In another Christmas news, Zoo Lights has returned to the Houston Zoo with myriads of enchanting attractions. Such displays include their 4D forest, 125-foot Infinity Tunnel of Lights.

Additionally, Space Center Houston announced the opening of their annual Galaxy Lights holiday display, from now until January 2, billing it as “the most technologically advanced light display in Texas” – and that’s no hyperbole.

See also: Discovery Green Is Opening An Outdoor Ice Rink In The Heart Of Downtown Next Week


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