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Walkway of Lights in Marble Falls Open Through Jan. 1

19180193More than two million lights are making the season bright for visitors in Marble Falls as they take a self-guided stroll through Burnet County’s winter wonderland, which welcomes a throng 45,000 strong each year.

An annual attraction since 1991, the Walkway of Lights includes a lighted pole tree which branches out in more than 17,000 illuminated bulbs in a kaleidoscope of Christmas-themed colors; a tunnel all a-twinkle with over 12,000 clear bulbs, and 230 seasonal sculptures, with all of the lights cheerfully dancing on the reflective surface of Lake Marble Falls.

The jolly old elf from the North Pole has already stopped by several times since the walkway’s opening in November to say hello to good little girls and boys, and if the weather cooperates Santa Claus will come to town each of the following evenings: December 12th – 14th and December 19th – 21st.

A holiday happening with a lot of heart, a number of non-profit organizations will raise funds during the festive event through sales of hot chocolate, cookies, hot apple cider and other tasty treats.

Admission: Free (although donations are welcome.) Note: Check weather updates to assure that the attraction will be open on the night you plan to attend, as the walkway will not be lit of the ground is wet.

When: The Walkway of Lights will remain open nightly from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. though January 1, 2015

Where: 307 Buena Vista Drive in Marble Falls

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