You could spend the entire holiday season simply visiting light displays and that’s pretty magical in itself. But if you’re looking for something a little more outside the box, you might just want to pay a visit to the Seasky International Light Show in Niagara Falls this winter. It takes traditional holiday light displays to the next level by replacing lights with lanterns in magical scenes of nature and magic.
The spectacular exhibit takes place over a 1.2 km trail featuring 30 displays that utilize LED technology. As you wander through the trail, you’ll be amazed at the scenes of all different sizes crafted by artisans. Expect to see magic, animals, nature, festive delights, and Chinese culture.
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Just by the sheer diversity of what’s featured in this light display, there’s sure to be something for everyone. Not to mention, everyone can appreciate the hard work that has gone into creating these displays and the fact that many of them have been showcased in more than 40 countries. So you’ll truly be seeing an international phenomenon.
Best of all, you don’t have to wait to see this stunning light display because it actually opens this week, more specifically November 18th. Niagara is no stranger to light shows, with the annual Winter Festival of Lights filling the city with 3 million twinkling lights and the nightly illumination display that gives the Falls a variety of colour splashes.
For more information on the Niagara Seasky International Light Show and to grab tickets, hit the link below.
Seasky International Light Show
When: November 18th-January 2nd
Where: Árpád Park Hungarian Hall, 10215 Montrose Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L0S 1K0
Cost: Regular $34.95, Seniors (65+) $24.95, Kids (4-12) $24.95, Kids (0-3) FREE
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