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Louisville Mega Cavern Christmas Lights

By December 7, 2009

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Over the weekend, my husband, daughter, and I went to see the Lights Under Louisville holiday lights display in the Louisville Mega Cavern. The attraction is new this year and features approximately 30 minutes of driving through the cavern to see a number of holiday light displays, some of which are themed to the music that plays in their area (Visit Their Website).

The cost to get into the cavern is $20 per vehicle, though it's more for commercial vans, busses, and other larger vehicles. For the best value, I would suggest piling a couple of families into a mini van and splitting the cost--twenty dollars was a little expensive for just the three of us. If you're not going to make it out there to see the lights this year, check out my photo gallery of the Lights Under Louisville displays to see what you're missing out on.

Photo © 2009 Jessica Elliott


December 13, 2009 at 9:53 pm
(1) Lisa says:

Our family went to view the Christmas Lights display Saturday night. We waited in line for approximately 2 1/2 – 3 hours, drove through the caverns for 30 minutes. We were expecting many many lights, like the caverns being completely covered and several different characters and what not. What a DISAPPOINTMENT. Definitely not worth the $20 or the wait. I guess this was the first year; we will not be going again. May consider it if several more lights and displays are added. Wished we would have went and seen the houses instead, no fees, no wait and more beautiful displays.

December 15, 2009 at 2:06 pm
(2) Tom says:

Stunk! Most of the displays looked similar. They were all FLAT displays.. not even an animated reindeer. The houses in my neighborhood look better. We waited for over an hour to get in. If was as if they looked in a single catalog from the same manufacturer and just ordered one of everything and then put them up.

By the way, WHO wants to see a light of sign of 5/3rd bank. Come on, mega cavern, you are making $20 every 15 seconds, do you really need a sponsor too? TACKY! I don’t think they have sponsors at the north pole.

December 16, 2009 at 8:49 pm
(3) jan says:

It was a very exciting time for my grandchildren from Nashville who enjoyed every moment of it. Just watching their eyes and the enjoyment on there faces meant alot to me.
There will alway be those who will down something
The lights were quiet beautiful and the cavern is something to behold.We should be very proud of having this in our community. The animated reindeers were adorable jumping over the top of your car. We encourage ALL families to see this wonderful event.

December 25, 2009 at 11:41 pm
(4) Bonnie says:

We had a real good time! We went tonight on Christmas day with 10 family members in our expedition and there was no wait and we had a real goodtime. It was an awsome ending to a wonderful day with family!

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