WHAT IS WALKWAY OF LIGHTS?
The Walkway of Lights is a self-guided winter wonderland that will dazzle you with more than a million lights over 250 sculptures. The lighted pole-tree boasts over 17,000 multi-colored lights, and the lighted tunnel touts over 12,000 clear and green bulbs. Take pleasure in the whimsical, patriotic, religious, traditional, and not so traditional sculptures as you stroll along Lake Marble Falls. Since 1991, the Chamber of Commerce has organized this lighted dreamland that is sure to fill your holiday season with enchantment. The spirit of the entire community culminates during the winter holiday season at the Walkway of Lights!!
The Walkway of Lights is free to the public, but donations are greatly appreciated. The Walkway is maintained through the generosity of sponsors and the donations of guests.
HOURS OF OPERATION
The Walkway of Lights is open nightly, 6:00-10:00pm, from November 20th to January 3rd.
AT A GLANCE
- In the past 3 years, an average of 45,000 guests per year visited the Walkway of Lights.
- In 2014, guests came from 49 states and 37 countries.
- Over 250 volunteers help with greeting at the Walkway of Lights.
- The Walkway continues each year through the generosity of sponsors and donations.
- A single sculpture can cost as much as $10,000.
- There is no charge to enter the Walkway, nor is there a charge for parking.
- The average attendance for Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday is 1,400 guests per night.
- The average attendance for Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday is 500 visitors per night.