Join us at Fourth Street Live! beginning Friday, November 23 for Light Up Louisville - 40 Nights of Lights! The city's annual holiday celebration has expanded to a four-block festival of lights set to music between the Galt House Hotel and Fourth Street Live! The celebration kicks off with the Winter Wonderland Holiday Parade and the arrival of Santa Claus, who will help illuminate downtown and the city's Christmas tree, along with fireworks!
Continue to enjoy the Christmas season November 24 until December 31 with plenty of seasonal activities, including an ice-skating rink in the center of Fourth Street Live!, a nightly light show synchronized to music between Fourth Street and the Galt House Hotel starting at 6 PM, and free musical performances on Saturdays in December (Dec 1, 8 & 15) starting at 5:30 PM at Fourth Street.
Ice Skating Rink Hours of Operation: Nov 24 - Dec 24. Sun 11:30 AM - 8 PM, Mon-Thu 11:30 AM - 9 PM, Fri and Sat 11:30 AM - Midnight. $5 an hour for adults, $3 an hour for children under 18. Day passes available for $10 per person, or buy a season pass for $40! Skate rental available for $2.
Christmas At The Galt House Hotel runs November 17 through January 2. Ride the all new Peppermint Express Kiddie Train through the new Candy Cane Forest, take in the larger-than-life luminaries in the KaLightoscope Attraction, and visit the Snow Fairy Princess and her Castle in the Christmas Village. Free Child’s KaLightoscope Christmas Ticket with the purchase of an Adult Ticket. Take your family to visit Santa for free. For more information, including when Santa is available, visit www.christmasatthegalthouse.com. Light Up Louisville is sponsored by Fourth Street Live!, the Galt House Hotel, Fifth Third Bank, and LG&E.
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