Tree of Light frequently asked questions

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WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Carillon Historical Park is a 65-acre campus with indoor and outdoor exhibits. Get the latest weather updates from Storm Team 2.

CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD AND DRINKS?
During A Carillon Christmas, carry-in coolers, food items, or drinks are not permitted. We will have a variety of holiday treats available at our vending stations or you can dine at the Carillon Brewing Co.!

CAN I COME TO THE PARK BEFORE 5:00PM?
Yes! Carillon Historical Park will remain open for our regular day-time hours beginning at 9:30am Monday through Saturday and 12:00pm on Sunday. You are welcome to enjoy the whole day at the Park, including A Carillon Christmas, until 10pm. You will not need to leave and re-enter the park due to A Carillon Christmas.

Admission prices for A Carillon Christmas are the same as our regular admission.

WHERE CAN I PARK? HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
FREE parking is available on the Carillon Historical Park campus.

WHEN DO LIGHTS AND HOLIDAY PROGRAMMING START?
All A Carillon Christmas programming will begin at 5:00pm, excluding November 30 when it will begin following the 5:30pm illumination of the Carillon Tree of Light.

WHICH NIGHT(S) HAVE THE MOST ACTIVITIES?
All programs will remain consistent throughout the entire month. You will be able to participate in the same holiday activities every day of the week.

To learn more visit the Carillon Historical Park website

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