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The World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze Is Coming to Three US Baseball Parks

United States News Holidays
by Eben Diskin Sep 30, 2019

It’s a bit early for the Christmas season, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start planning ahead. That’s especially true when the world’s largest Christmas light maze is involved. Technically, that title applies to three mazes, all created by the Enchant Christmas organization. Each year Enchant Christmas adorns three Major League Baseball stadiums with thousands of Christmas lights and basically transforms them into winter wonderlands. This year, it’s happening at Nationals Park in Washington, DC, T-Mobile Park in Seattle, and Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Kid in a maze

Photo: Enchant Christmas/Facebook

From November 22 through December 29, these parks will host massive light mazes, Christmas markets with local vendors, ice skating trails, falling snow, carolers, scavenger hunts for kids, and other festivities to get you in the Christmas spirit. While Enchant Christmas has come to Florida and Seattle before, this is the first time Nationals Park will be transformed for the occasion.

Tickets include access to all the mazes, markets, skating trails, a meet-and-greet with Santa, and more. Adult admission costs $19.99, kids ages 14 to 17 cost $16.99, and ages 4 to 13 cost $14.99. Admission is free for anyone under the age of four. There is also a VIP experience available for purchase, including a special meal overlooking the lights.

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