The candelabra is one of Lake Lanier Islands' well-known display in their Magical Nights of Lights.

Drive through 7 miles of Christmas lights at LanierWorld

Buford attraction LanierWorld is gearing up for its 25th annual Magical Nights of Lights, a seven-mile stretch of elaborate Christmas-themed light displays. 

The 13-display attraction will run alongside LanierWorld’s Holiday Village. Visitors can roast marshmallows, meet Santa Claus and shop for gifts and decorations in the winter attraction.

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Magical Nights of Lights will also be bringing back its “12 Days of Christmas” display, which shows the gifts described in the classic song: 10 lords a’ leapin’, seven swans a’ swimin’, and so on. Other displays include the Poinsettia Candelabra, Icicle Tunnel and North Pole Express. The light trail also features a 65-foot tall Christmas tree.

Magical Nights of Lights and the Holiday Village are open every night between Nov. 17 and Jan. 3 from 5 to 10 p.m. Tickets for Magical Nights of Lights can be purchased online in advance for $35 per car or at the gate for $45 per car. 

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