Holiday revelers looking for a unique tradition filled with art and nature need look no further than the annual Pyramid Hill Lights show in Hamilton.
The glowing light display at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum opens Friday, Nov. 17. Organizers say 2023’s show will feature the return of visitor favorites, as well as a deepened focus on artistic partnerships and community connections.
At the Pyramid Hill Lights show, visitors drive along a two-mile route through the park, which is filled with plenty of art, nature and over 1 million lights. The show is designed to be enjoyed by every generation: Kids can stay engaged throughout the show with an interactive bingo game while parents enjoy the classical music soundtrack curated by WGUC, and grandparents can take in all the holiday magic in a comfortable and inclusive way.
Featured artists include The Bombshells of Cincinnati, Abby Palen, members of the Ross High School Art Club, and Inspiration Studios.
“The Bombshells of Cincinnati are back for their third year with their yarn-bombed candy cane forest. Fun additions have been made and a new path has been set to transport you into this sweet magical wonderland,” Jen Edwards of The Bombshells of Cincinnati said in a press release.
Pyramid Hill Lights is open Tuesday through Thursday from 6-9 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 6-10 p.m. The show is closed on Mondays. Admission is $25 per carload for non-park members and $15 per carload for members.
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, 1763 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton. More info: pyramidhill.org.
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