Baton Rouge General invites community members to visit Holiday Lights at Baton Rouge General, a light display on BRG’s campus at the corner of Bluebonnet Boulevard and Picardy Avenue. Now through December 31, the lawn in front of the hospital is transformed into a twinkling, singing and musically synchronized lights display.
There are two ways to experience the Holiday Lights display:
Nightly, Nov. 17-Dec. 31, sundown to sunrise
Holiday Lights at Baton Rouge General is open to the public through the end of the year, featuring:
• Walking path through 12-foot Christmas ornament, leading to a 40-foot mega tree and two 25-foot trees that are synchronized to music
• Eight singing trees
• More than 100,000 lights, including candy canes, snowmen and gingerbread people
• New 9-foot Cajun alligator light display
Public Family Nights, Dec. 6 and 13, 6-8 p.m.
As nearly 15,000 people experienced in its inaugural year, BRG will host two public Family Nights, scheduled for Dec. 6 and 13. In addition to the synchronized light display, the community is invited to enjoy:
• Five tons of real snow
• Photos with Santa
• Free hot chocolate and cookies
• New – live band (United We Jam)
• New - local food trucks with food for purchase
There is no cost of admission for Holiday Lights, and parking is available on-site.
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