Christmas in Louisville
- SWATHI RAMASWAMY
- UPDATED Sep 21, 2018
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There are numerous of things that can be done in Louisville during Christmas to have fun. Meeting Santa, receiving gifts from him, Christmas laser show, family centric events, live performances- all these together can make your Christmas holidays much more pleasurable and enjoyable. Christmas is something which requires full energy to enjoy every bit of it. So get ready for your bags to travel to Louisville if you want to celebrate Christmas in a fantastic and enjoying way. We've mentioned below some activities you should inevitably do when you're in Louisville during the time of Christmas.
Go Super Deep in Lights Under Louisville
Mega Cavern in Louisville focuses on cycling, zip-lining, and rope courses during the maximum time of the year. But even Louis Mega Cavern cannot ignore the festivity of Christmas and turns out to be the world's largest Lights show during Christmas, which is entirely underground. We hope you've already set the estimation of the amount of fun and enjoyment that is witnesses there with a single statement. But that's very true. It is a fully underground light show for Christmas. To amaze you more, we want to let you know that there are more than three million light points across eighty five displays of light. By now you must be wanting to visit this beautiful place to enjoy its beauty and lighting. Don't delay as it comes once a year. Get ready to go super deep at the underground lights show of Louisville.
Rediscover a Holiday Tradition at Actors Theatre
Presentation of A Christmas Carol has been going on for years at Actors Theatre of Louisville and is virtually a tradition. This Carol is the evergreen holiday classic of Charles Dickens. The best part of visiting ATL is its award-winning theatre company bringing the characters like Tiny Tim along with Ebenezer Scrooge to life. This how takes place in the Pamela Brown Auditorium of ATL. Your holidays will surely get more exciting with the ghosts of the past, or and future of Christmas depicted in the show. So, it's important to rediscover the holiday tradition at ATL when you're in Louisville to celebrate Christmas with your family and friends.
Go Watch How Christmas Candy Is Made
How exciting would it be to visit a historical spot which is famous for its soda fountain and red hots? How about increasing the excitement by knowing that it is the only candy museum in America? Don't let your enthusiasm go down and hurry up to visit Schimpff's Confectionery which is located in Jeffersonville, across the Big Four Bridge. You can visit here at any time of the year to see how candy is made. But Christmas is the best time to do so because, during that time, the confectionery sets aside two days to demonstrate how different Christmas candies and ribbons are made. When you're done watching the special candies being made, don't suppress your feeling to gift it to all your companions.
Celebrate 'The Nutcracker' At Frazier History Museum
We all know the mystical story of a child whose Christmas toys come to life. This is "The Nutcracker". This show is celebrated by exhibiting special performances like a live show with original designs and costumes, set pieces and stage props, photographs, and much more. This holiday performance is loved by every guest since years. Every year you get to see something really creative and innovative. The live performance takes place at Frazier History Museum. You are charged some amount to attend the traditional show, but the show is worth the cost. So we want you to definitely attend the live show performance and enjoy your Christmas with many others at the Museum.
Check Out the Holiday-Themed Christmas Music Laser Show
Usually, guests are allowed to visit Gheens Science Centre and Planetarium to enjoy the swirl into the Laser show of Beatles. But the Gheens Science Centre hosts its annual party once in a year, and that is the time of Christmas. The annual party is made enjoyable by featuring games which are holiday-themed both for adults and kids, refreshments, and in the end, the most beautiful musical laser show for Christmas.
We hope you have loads of fun while celebrating this fantastic festival with your loved ones after all the spirit of Christmas is all about sharing and caring for each other.