Louisville’s own Lights Under Louisville, located at Louisville Mega Cavern, is declared a USA Today top 10 holiday light attraction

Louisville’s own Lights Under Louisville, located at Louisville Mega Cavern, is

Lights Under Louisville has been ranked among the top ten best places for families to view Christmas lights in America by USA Today.

Lights Under Louisville is located in Louisville Mega Cavern. This is a privately owned 100 acre limestone cavern located beneath the Louisville Zoo and the Watterson Expressway that was founded back in 1930. It features underground adventure steeped in history, geology, mining, recycling, and green building technology. Mega Cavern’s Lights Under Louisville is the only underground light show which features a 30 minute tour of more than two million spectacular points of light. Patrons drive their own vehicles through over one mile in this manmade cavern. You see a wide array of spectacular illuminated exhibits, including more than 800 lit characters. This facility is open all year with a year round temperature that hovers at 58 degrees. Haven’t had the opportunity to see this spectacular light show? Do not fret you still have the opportunity as it is open through December 30, 2012. Tickets start at $25 per car load with pricing that goes up to motor coaches, there are discounts available with more information available here.

Lights Under Louisville has also been recognized as a top 10 light show by Amercia’s Best Online.

Mega Cavern also features the only underground zip lines. Tours are also available of the underground Mega Cavern. For reservations or questions of general information call 877-614-6342.

For more information on Louisville Mega Caverns and their Lights Under Louisville holiday light display go to their website here.

Mega Caverns is located at 1841 Taylor Avenue, Louisville, KY. 40213.

Photos: Courtesy of Louisville Mega Cavern

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