Flyer Fact Friday: Find the best holiday lights in the U.S.

We’ve already shared the places with the best 4th of July fireworks displays and where you can enjoy a unique Thanksgiving celebration. And this month, we’re sharing where you can enjoy one of this season’s most popular and festive traditions: Holiday light displays!

Take a look at our favorite picks below, or browse Fox News’ full list.

Holiday Festival of Lights – Charleston, SC


Take a trip to our neighbors down south for the annual “Holiday Festival of Lights.” Considered one of the top 20 events in the southeast, this display features millions of lights arranged in 750 displays along a three-mile route. Open: November 13-January 3

Winterfest and Smoky Mountain Lights – Pigeon Forge, TN


They take their lights pretty seriously in Tennessee. Which is why you have your choice of visiting Pigeon Forge’s “Winterfest” display of five million lights or heading over to Dollywood’s annual Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival, which features four million lights. Open: Winterfest, November 10-December 31; Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival, November 5-January 3

Bright Nights Festival – Springfield, MA


Offering carriage rides and boasting one of the most imaginative lighting exhibits in New England, the “Bright Nights” festival brings Seuss Land, the North Pole Village and Jurassic World to life for you to enjoy in three short miles you wish would never end. Open: November 25-January 3

The River of Lights – Albuquerque, NM


Hosted by the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden, The “River of Lights” features giant sculptures created by millions of lights in more than 400 displays along the river. Known as New Mexico’s largest walk-through light show, this is definitely one of the best ways to get in the holiday spirit. Open: November 28-January 4

Roper Mountain Holiday Lights – Greenville, SC


Last, but certainly not least, is one of our all-time favorite light displays around: the Roper Mountain Holiday Lights. Located just down the road from the airport, this 1.5-mile loop includes large light displays like Candy Cane Lane, Santa’s Sleigh and many other holiday favorites. Plus, all season long you will be able to walk through a lighted walking trail, where you’ll be greeted by Santa Claus, delicious concessions and lots of family fun! Open: November 27-January 1

Where are your favorite places to visit during the holidays? Share with us in the comments below.

Check back with us next week for more Flyer Fact Friday and more from our guest blogger, The Wall.

Happy travels,

-The Terminal

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