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Dillsboro Lights and Luminaries Festival Lights Up December

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Skip the neon lights and big city and travel back to a winter wonderland from the olden days. Enjoy the Lights and Luminaries festival as Dillsboro is blanked by lights and candles this December.

The Dillsboro Lights and Luminaries festival takes place the first two Friday and Saturdays of December, when more than 2,500 candles in white bags will light the path. Shops, galleries, and restaurants are decorated and remain open late to serve hot chocolate, warm apple cider, coffee and more.

Bask in the subtle glow as you enjoy horse and buggy rides, live music, carolers, and even a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. The event is free to attend, and there is a free shuttle service provided from Monteith Park.

Get more details about how to attend the Dillsboro Lights and Luminaries festival – where to stay, what to eat, and more – or get a TripTik by reaching out to our travel experts. Call 1-800-444-8691 or stop into a local AAA Travel branch today!


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