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    Lights Under Louisville

    Photo Courtesy of Louisville MEGA Caverns 
    A holiday light spectacular underground! Louisville MEGA Cavern allows you to drive your car through 30 minutes of over 2,000,000 points of light. Wow wee!

    Waverly Hills Laser Light Show

    Photo Courtesy of Waverly Hills Sanatorium 
    Enjoy the historic building and laser light show set to classic Christmas favorites. The best part is you don’t have to leave the warmth of your vehicle! 
    Photo Courtesy of Light Up Louisville
    The first year for Holiday Square takes on a European vibe with wooden cottages. Located on Fourth and Jefferson are tens of thousands of lights, a 45-foot-tall Christmas tree, ice skating, world market, and a bourbon village! 

    KaLightoscope Luminaries 

    Photo Courtesy of Christmas at the Galt House
    Every year the Galt House is transformed into a Christmas extravaganza. Larger-than-life LED lit luminaries tell the story of “A Christmas Carol.” 

    Brown Park 

    Photo Courtesy of Light Up St. Matthews
    Located in St. Matthews, Brown Park, is covered with holiday light displays.

    Westport Village 

    Photo Courtesy of Westport Village
    A whole village of lights! 

    Christmas in Charlestown

    Photo Courtesy of Charlestown Christmas City 
    Completely worth crossing the bridge for; Charlestown, Indiana is doing Christmas lights right. Tons of lights to walk or take a carriage ride through. They also have a light show in the square. 
    Bonus Streets and Neighborhoods:
    Willow Avenue in the Highlands
    Hillcrest Avenue 
    Lake Forest in the East End
    The Parkridge neighborhood in the South End
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    Loretta Lynn is the best country music singer of all time and if you don't like pickled foods, you can leave.

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