Feeling cooped up? Need to get out and get into the holiday spirit? If so, you need to make plans to come out to Sowell’s North Pole Christmas Light D2isplay. This is a light display unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, and if you want to see a beautiful view that makes it feel like Christmas has come early, then it’s something you just can’t miss. Check out the details so you can easily plan ahead.
What You Should Know
Interested in coming out to this event? Luckily for you, it’s already started, so you can do tonight if you want to. The light show will stick around until Dec. 27, so you have plenty of opportunities to see it. And once you watch it one time, there’s a chance that you’re going to want to keep going back for more. It’s $10 per car to enter the gate, but after you do that, you can drive through as many times as you like. The light show will begin at dark and will end at 9 p.m.
Stay Warm in Your Car
Florida may not be the coldest place during the winter, but that doesn’t mean you necessarily want to get out of the car to go look at the lights. You don’t have to, though. This light display is easy to drive through, which means you can stay cozy in your seat. Bring some warm drinks along in thermoses, and you’ll be ready to go all evening.
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Take the Train
Of course, if you want to get out and do some more exploring, you are more than welcome to do that. You can ride a small train through the light display for only $2 per person extra. Bringing a baby along? Children 12 months and younger can get on the train for free.
Going to see Sowell’s North Pole Christmas Light Display may just be one of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit. But do you want to know another good way? Coming out to Lee Buick GMC in Crestview, Florida, and seeing what we have to offer. If you are ready for a new ride to drive around town, our dealership is the place to shop.
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