Thursday, December 9, 2010

Roper Mountain Holiday Lights

Absolutely Spectacular!

Thanksgiving Through December 30

Roper Mountain Holiday Lights

New this Year, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides!

For the schedule of Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, click the Schedule and Pricing page under Winter Wonderland.
An Upstate Holiday Tradition—the 19th annual Roper Mountain Holiday Lights—will light up illuminate the Greenville night sky between Thanksgiving and Dec. 30. Long after the lights come down, the charitable contribution to the Upstate community continues to illuminatelives of area children.
More than 80,000 people in 18,589 cars, vans and busses visited the twinkling lights display last year, which also features an interactive Winter Wonderland with Santa Claus and his sleigh, lighted walking trails, balloon artist, giant holiday greeting cards, concessions and more..
The Rotary Club of Greenville and the Roper Mountain Science Center Association invite you to join us by making the lights shine brighter with your participation in the Roper Mountain Holiday Lights. Through the generosity of our sponsors, the event raised $120,000 in 2009 for Upstate children’s charities and educational programs.
Enjoy our Video of the Holiday Lights experience and all those we help!

Also New this Year, Sponsor a Snowflake!

Lighted Snowflake

Gallery of Pictures

Click on the image below to visit our gallery.
The Drive Through Experience

Winter Wonderland

So many fun activities, don't forget to bring your coat so you can visit Santa, see awesome balloon art, roast marshmallows, visit the gift shop and more!
Winter Wonder Land

This is our 19th year of seeing the lights with my family. This is the first year my mom won't be with us. She will have the best view from Heaven this year as we drive through...her grandchildren will carry on the tradition.  This is a special time of year and we love to share it at Roper Mountain. Merry Christmas mom. We miss you and are having your Christmas just like you are here!!!!

1 comment:

Miss Southern Prep said...

That light tour looks beautiful! I'm sorry to hear about your mom, but I'm sure she'll be there in spirit!