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Step into a family friendly winter wonderland at LuminoCity Winter Light Festival at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
You’ll go on a luminescent journey through an assortment of eclectic environments with three open air light spaces, each with a different theme. The three different areas are
- Wild Adventure
- Winter Fantasy
- Sweet Dreams
You’ll go through all three areas alongside your glowing guide, Lumi, the magical light bulb.
Everyone in your family will enjoy a walk through the immersive world of colorful lights. You’ll marvel at a radiant unicorn, a glowing bamboo forest and shining pandas during this unforgettable experience.
At the LuminoCity Winter Light Festival, you’ll find
- Crystaglow Passage
- Christmas Station
- Rainforest Secret
- Aurora Tunnel
- Crystal Mystic
- Panda Paradise
- Wintermere Castle
- Passion Jungle
- Oasis Odyssey
- Cheesecake Dance
- Sugarsprout Tower
- Present Peak
- Crystal Hallway
- Desert Vent
- Caterpillar Tunnel
- Ice Forest
LuminoCity is an ideal way to celebrate the holiday season with more than twenty attractions to enjoy. This exclusive light show promises to give you endless delight with its dazzling light displays and photo ops. Share your experience with family and friends on social media.
LuminoCity Winter Light Festival is open Thursday to Monday, from 4:30 pm to 9:30 pm. It will run from now until January 15, 2024.
Children under 3 are admitted free. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult. This experience is wheelchair accessible. Parking is free.
Are you looking for a way to save money on LuminoCity? Of course, you are. Book your ticket here and book it for Monday or Thursday and you can save 20% off the regular price. You’ll need to enter the promo code “LUMINO20.”
Gaithersburg, Maryland, is within 14 miles of Germantown, Bethesda, Green Valley, Rockville, Montgomery Village, Olney, Aspen Hill, Potomac and Damascus. Gaithersburg is 19 miles from Washington, D.C., 33 miles from Baltimore, 38 miles from Arlington and 50 miles from Annapolis.