With over 8 million lights (the most of any Christmas event in North America) and the addition of an all-new show starring an Olympic ice skater, Christmas Town at Busch Gardens is bigger and brighter than ever.
Set to make its Christmas Town debut, enjoy ‘Twas That Night!, a live performance on ice based on the Christmas classic, A Visit From St. Nicholas. Elvis Stojko (world champion and two-time Olympic silver medalist) stars in this production (produced by the team behind Scrooge No More!) at the Royal Palace Theatre.
The Busch Gardens team is busy at work to transform the 100-acre park into a winter wonderland. Set to open on November 27,enjoy great shows, good food, shopping and more to get you in the holiday spirit.
Christmas Town Tickets
Pass members may purchase Christmas Town passes for $30 (a $5 savings off general admission) and receive unlimited visits for the duration of the event. Free parking and in-park discounts will also be available to Christmas Town pass holders. Pass members may also purchase discounted tickets for $22 ($13 savings) for up to to six people. The discount cannot be combine with other offers. To purchase a discounted pass or discount tickets, log on to www.bgwpass.com.
Non-pass members may purchase a Christmas Town Fun Card for $35 (same price as single day admission) and receive unlimited visits without the free parking and in-park discounts. For all Christmas Town ticket options and to purchase, visit http://seaworldparks.com/en/buschgardens-williamsburg/book-online/tickets/cttickets/.
For more information about Christmas Town (including complete operating schedule) and show times, tours and dining options and more, visit www.christmastown.com/va.
Christmas Town Fast Facts
- The most Christmas lights of any event in North America. Eight million Christmas lights adorn the 100-acre park
- Eight-five percent of the lights used at Busch Gardens Christmas Town are energy saving LED lights
- More than 1,300 fresh-cut Christmas trees are placed throughout the park’s pathways and hills
- The fresh-cut Christmas trees are turned into mulch at the end of the season and used in the park’s planters and flower beds
- 25 miles of cables provide power for all the lights
- The park is wrapped in more than eight miles of garland
- More than 2,000 wreathes and artificial trees decorate inside areas, doors and windows
- More than one million lights are used to transform Escape from Pompeii® into the star attraction of Polar Pathway
- 20,000 Christmas ornaments are carefully placed on the trees
- 900 window candles and luminaries light the night sky
Source – Busch Gardens press release