Lights Under Louisville | Nov. 11 – Jan. 2, 2023
An experience unlike anywhere else in the world, Lights Under Louisville allows families to drive underground through a portion of 17-miles worth of subterranean passageways for its annual holiday celebration. Taking place in the Louisville Mega Cavern, which is approximately 100 acres, the annual holiday event takes around 30-minutes to drive through, produces over 900 lit characters with a variety of themes, and features over 4,000,000 points of light. Roll your car windows down as you ride through the cavern as it stays approximately 58 degrees year-round and is one of the country’s only drivable light shows that you can do during the daytime since the tour is fully underground.
Winter Woods Spectacular |Nov. 25 – Jan. 1, 2023
Experience the twinkling of millions of lights along a winding road, nestled in the majestic woods of historic Iroquois Park. This magical walk-thru event features holiday lighting, artistry, and sounds that will delight the senses and transport you to an ethereal winter wonderland where you can explore and celebrate the holiday season.
Paristown’s Fête de Noël | Nov. 19 – Jan. 2
Experience this 6-week Winter village featuring Louisville’s only authentic outdoor ice-skating rink at the newly redeveloped Paristown district. Enjoy a holiday market, outdoor movie nights, photos at Santa’s Workshop, an escape room, and plenty of hot cocoa to go around. Dine in at the iconic Café or grab a bite at one of the new area restaurants inside the Paristown Village Market.
Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour | Dec. 3 - 4
Returning on the first full weekend in December, the Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour gives visitors a rare glimpse inside some of Old Louisville’s historic Victorian mansions and townhouses. Stylishly decorated for the holidays visitors will be able to step inside nine participating mansions. All the homes are located within a four-block radius, making it an easy walking tour, and Docents will greet you as you arrive at each of the homes to explain their architectural and historical significance.