Jamestown, NY – After a stunning debut last year, “Winter Lights at Audubon” is returning to the Audubon Nature Center.
The spectacular interactive outdoor light display was so popular that it is being presented on three weekends this December, for a total of eight nights.
You can celebrate the longest, darkest nights of the year by venturing out into the lights, where you will be able to control some of the 10,000 LED lights on a luminary-lit trail.
Through drums, movement, lights and more, visitors make lights dance and swirl and even trigger noises and other reactions, like making an owl hoot. The trail ends with an LED laser show that turns the landscape into a fairyland.
A warm fire at the halfway point, along with hot chocolate and snacks inside, makes for a great evening out.