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Pyramid Holiday Lights On The Hill

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A spectacular drive-through light show with over 500,000 lights take place in one of just ten sculpture parks of its size in the U.S. and the only sculpture park of its type in Ohio. Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park is 265-acres that combines the lure of nature with the dynamic presence of over 80 pieces of monumental art. Santa and his elves will be in attendance on selected nights.

Come check us out the Friday before Thanksgiving thru January 1st for our MILLIONS OF LIGHTS that you can drive your car through. That's right ~NO WALKING~, and who knows you may see the big guy!!! Discounts are available but only to our Members.

Every night including Christmas and New Years! Hours Sunday - Thursday: 6-9pm Friday & Saturday: 6-10pm

No busses with more than 24 passengers.

Pyramid Holiday Lights On The Hill

Address : Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Rd. Hamilton OH
Phone : 513-868-1234   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 513-868-3585

Email Address : lhammond@pyramidhill.org

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Admission Fee : $7.50 and up, children start at $2.50

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