The Ozarks’ mountains and forests provide the perfect setting and backdrop for some of the most beautiful Christmas light displays and drive-throughs in the country!
While there are plenty of Christmas shows to choose from, you’ll want to be sure to catch one of these beautiful light displays after the shows let out!
Branson Christmas Light Displays (You Must See)!
2 Light Displays!
1. Gift of Lights
This 1.2-mile drive through light tour will dazzle you with their one-of-a-kind LED Christmas Light Displays!
With more than 300 displays and 1 million lights, this a great way to celebrate the season with all the special people in your life!
They are open nightly from dusk to 11 pm, and admission is only $20 per car.
2. Trail of Lights
Shepherd of the Hills’ original drive-through light display is still in operation, with the perfect combination of old and new displays.!
There are also several very unique “themed, character displays” that are unlike anything you have ever seen before!
3. North Pole Adventure
Shepherd of the Hills has a redesigned area offering a walk-through Christmas Light attraction that has a hot chocolate stand, Santa, and all sorts of twinkling light displays that will enchant guest of all ages!
This adventure ranges from $10-15 per person depending on age.
4. Let There be Lights
Drive though the 2-mile-long display at Promised Land Zoo, and be captivated by the animals and lights alike!
With live reindeer and living nativity this is one light display you do not want to miss. Price is around $20 per carload.
5. Silver Dollar City Christmas
This theme park easily lays claim to the largest light display in the area!
With over 6.5 million lights, the annual Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City, is a truly spectacular, all around “Christmas Experience!”
At around $65 per person, it is a more expensive way to see the area lights – but with so many things to do and see in the park, you are sure to have an amazing time that will not soon be forgotten!
2 Light Displays!
What dates does this start
The Christmas lights run November through December. 🙂