Winter Wonderland in Tilles Park

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Experience the holiday lights in Tilles Park, where you'll find thousands of beautiful holiday lights and animated displays designed by St. Louis County Parks employees.

The exhibit, a St. Louis tradition, is open nightly through Dec. 30. Closed Christmas Eve. No reservations are needed to drive through and admission is paid as vehicles exit the park (cash only).

Winter Wonderland is open for vehicular traffic and carriage rides Sundays, and Tuesdays through Fridays from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturdays are closed to vehicular traffic and open for carriage rides only. Mondays are for Winter Wonderland Walk only.

Reservations are required for carriage rides only.  To reserve a carriage ride, call 314-534-1111.you come to Tilles Park and the county Parks Department will recycle them for you.

Admission is $10 per family vehicle; $20 per limousine; $40 for commercial transport vans and $90 per tour bus. Cash only.

Tilles Park is located at 9551 Litzinger Road. All vehicular traffic to Winter Wonderland must enter from south bound McKnight Road.

For more information, go to stlouisco.com

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