Bull Run Festival of Lights


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Guaranteed to be so much more than a light show you’ll never forget, the Bull Run Festival of Lights features miles of holiday light displays, and even a holiday village and carnival!

The festivities officially begins November 21, 2018, and runs until January 6, 2019.

Open nightly for your visiting pleasure, your family can enjoy the fully illuminated 2.5 miles from the comfort of their own cars! And, once the ride is over, beginning select days November 23-January 1, 2019, you can also visit the holiday village and carnival to enjoy rides, bonfires, s’mores, and activities! Santa will even be on hand to hear your kiddo’s wish lists through December 23, 2018, too!

For more information on the Bull Run Festival of Lights, including pricing, scheduling details, and more, please click here. You’ll even find a $5 off coupon online here!

The Bull Run Festival of Lights is located at 7700 Bull Run Dr., Centreville, VA 20121.

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