Southern Lights

Southern Lights Featured in Kentucky.com Article

Southern Lights and Man o' War memorial statue

A recent article written by Tanya J. Tyler for the Lexington Herald-Leader points out that the Kentucky Horse Park's Southern Lights event is a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.The event began over 20 years ago and is open nightly through the end of the year.

Follow the link below to read the full article:
http://www.kentucky.com/advertise/advertorial/lipstik/article117008333.html

Southern Lights Holiday Festival Returns to the Bluegrass

Family-Favorite Event Runs Nov. 18-Dec. 31 at the Kentucky Horse Park

The 23rd annual Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc., returns to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Nov. 18-Dec. 31. A holiday tradition for many families, more than 125,000 individuals in more than 30,000 vehicles attend Southern Lights annually from Kentucky and beyond, making Southern Lights a premier holiday event in the region and nation.  

Southern Lights Stroll Sets the Holiday Season in Motion

Southern Lights Stroll logo

Run, Walk or Stroll Through Annual Holiday Display in Heart of Horse Country

The 15th annual Southern Lights Stroll will take place on Thursday, Nov. 17, as the kick-off event for the annual Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc.  As the only evening of Southern Lights when the public is allowed to experience a major portion of the lighted route on foot, visitors may choose to run, walk or stroll their way through thousands of dazzling holiday lights on the grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park.

Richmond Register Features Southern Lights

The Richmond Register

The Richmond Register recently posted an article about Southern Lights, which is currently taking place nightly at the Kentucky Horse Park through the rest of the year.

To read the full article, please follow the link below:
http://www.richmondregister.com/community/family-tradition-continues/article_b8ccb352-a02e-11e5-9dd6-f737689b6c32.html

Southern Lights on Horseback

Follow the magical Southern Lights route at the Kentucky Horse Park as seen via horseback by our esteemed Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police.

Boasting over four miles of lights, Southern Lights continues to grow and improve each year, adding additional holiday displays along the driven route and expanding its Holiday Festival attractions to enjoy on foot.

Southern Lights has evolved to attract over 120,000 visitors each year from across Kentucky and surrounding states and is regularly chosen as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.

Travel Tails Features Southern Lights at KHP

Denise and Henri of Travel Tails

Travel Tails is a travel blog created and maintained by Denise Holmes. With her trusty dog, Henri, Holmes travels and reports on new places she discovers. In a recent post about holiday light displays across the country, she lists Southern Lights as one of the favorites.

Follow the link to read the full blog post:
http://traveltails.net/light-it-up

SOUTHERN LIGHTS HOLIDAY FESTIVAL RETURNS

Family-Favorite Event Runs Nov. 20-Dec. 31 at Kentucky Horse Park

A family tradition in Kentucky, the Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc., returns to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Nov. 20-Dec. 31. More than 125,000 individuals in more than 30,000 vehicles attend Southern Lights annually from Kentucky and beyond, making Southern Lights a premier holiday event in the region and nation.

SOUTHERN LIGHTS STROLL SETS THE HOLIDAY SEASON IN MOTION

Run, Walk or Stroll Through Annual Holiday Display in Heart of Horse Country

To celebrate the return of the Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc., the Southern Lights Stroll will take place on Thursday, Nov. 19. On the only evening of Southern Lights when the public is allowed to experience a major portion of the lighted route on foot, visitors may choose to run, walk or stroll their way through thousands of dazzling holiday lights on the grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park.