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Lights Under Louisville 2016
If you are from Louisville, then you are most likely familiar with the "Louisville Mega Cavern", unless you are a severe homebody that spends most of their free time on Facebook or watching old Seinfeld re-runs, you've probably been there too. There is a lot do at the mega cavern, everything from ziplines to aerial rope courses, but around the holiday season the 4,000,000 (that's right, four million) square foot cave is turned into a beautiful underground Christmas light show! Lights Under Louisville open November 18th and runs all the way through till December the 31st.
The Mega Cavern is absolutely massive, it's hard to imagine the near 17 miles of underground roads that took over 40 years of mining rock to create. It's such a unique great thing for the city of Louisville to have for entertainment. Knowing the size should make it easier to understand that you don't even have to get out of your car, you drive through it! So pack the fam in the minivan, or suv and go check it out. it's one of the best ways to help get everyone into the holiday spirit. The drive through part is roughly 30 minutes give or take. It features 850 lit characters and over 2,000,000 lights. Below is some important info to help.
We hope you enjoy it as much as we did and don't forget to take pictures.
Louisville Mage Cavern
18411 Taylor Avenue
Louisville KY 40213
Daily Time to Visit
Mon through Fri 6pm - 10pm / Sat and Sun 5pm - 10pm
Price varies depending on size of vehicle and amount of people. Please go to http://lightsunderlouisville.com/ to get full details.
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