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Legendary Lights of Clifton Mill

December 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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An event every day that begins at 6:00pm, repeating until December 31, 2017

$10

Every hour, on the hour, all 3.5 million lights at Clifton Mill go out leaving guests in total darkness. As a hush falls over the spectators, orchestral music softly begins to play a medley of traditional Christmas songs and some of the lights on the covered bridge begin to twinkle on and then off again. As the music builds and builds, more and more lights on the covered bridge blink off and on in time to the music, lights on the pseudo trees swirl around and change color in a way that seems impossible. By the end of the song, the music is booming through Clifton Gorge, the lights on the covered bridge have become mesmerizing and everyone watching is completely enthralled. Then the music ends and the bridge lights all go out, once again leaving guests in total darkness. Then, before most spectators can catch their breath, 3.5 million lights come on again all at once!

Gates open every day at 5 pm, the lights come on at 6 pm.
Gates close at 9 pm; lights go off 30 minutes after gates close.
On Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year’s Eve we close at 8 pm.

 

Admission is $10 per person for everyone age 7 and older.    Children 6 and under get in Free!

Parking is FREE.

Every night EXCEPT Chreistmas and New Year’s Eve we serve Hot Dogs, BBQ Pork Sandwich, Soup, Cornbread, Hot Chocolate, Cookies, Pie, Popcorn, Soft Drinks.

 

We do not open in SEVERE weather or HEAVY RAIN.  Current information is posted at the top of this page and is updated immediately when the information changes. If you need more information, call 937-767-5501.

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Details

Date:
December 10
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$10
Event Category:

Venue

Clifton Mill
75 Water St.
Clifton, OH 45316 United States
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Phone:
(937) 767-5501
Website:
http://www.cliftonmill.com/
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