On Nov. 29, Bethlehem Hills Christmas Light Park, 9760 Mayfield Road in Chesterland, opened for its second season. With more than 1.25 miles of automated and animated lights and displays programmed to music at 99.9 FM, this winter wonderland is open daily until Jan. 1 from 5 to 10 p.m. except on Christmas Eve and Day. Frequent visits from Santa occur throughout the season, and cocoa and treats are available.
Online tickets can be purchased at bethlehemhillslights.fun. Admission is $20 per car Monday-Wednesday, $25 per car Thursday – Sunday, and $29 per car Dec. 22 and 23. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Valor Retreat and Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center. Visit bethlehemhillslights.fun and their Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter.
Created and designed by local craftsman, Rodney Nagy, the park features more than 50 displays and over two million lights spread throughout 240 acres and shines as a heartwarming display of community effort, as more than 100 members of northeastern locals have come together over the last two years to help bring Walter Miraglia’s idea of a Christmas Light Park to life.
With one admission price per car, even larger groups are enjoying the attraction, arriving in limos filled with anticipating Christmas-light-lovers, making their visit truly an event to remember. Between experiencing the breath-taking lights, visiting with Santa and enjoying hot cocoa and treats, Bethlehem Hills Light Park is the perfect family Christmas destination, sure to delight both young and old.