Anyone who has ever read any of my holiday blogs knows that one of my favorite parts of the season are lighting displays. In fact, this weekend I’ll be traveling to several locations throughout the Arkansas Delta to see community displays.
Here are two of my absolute favorites! I’ve been to both several times, and they never disappoint!
Blytheville’s Arkansas Aeroplex is the site of the 18th annual Lights of the Delta through Dec. 27. With more than six million twinkling bulbs and 45 major motion displays on 40 acres, Lights of the Delta is one of the largest lighting festivals in the mid-south. Hayrides are available each night. Music, pictures with Santa and a live nativity scene are presented on select nights throughout the festival. Admission starts at $10 per vehicle. Visit www.LightsoftheDelta.com or call 870-762-9788 for detailed information.
The 16th annual Enchanted Land of Lights and Legends in Pine Bluff “lights up” the holiday season this year until Dec. 31. Located within the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park, the Enchanted Land of Lights and Legends features more than 200 lighted vignettes, many of which are animated. The award-winning event is one of Arkansas’s largest drive-thru holiday light displays. Admission is free but donations are accepted. To find out more, log on to www.PineBluffFestival.org or phone 800-536-7660.
To find out more about wonderful light displays throughout The Natural State, click here!
Have a wonderful weekend!