SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Dec. 13, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — Utah State Fairpark is hosting an outdoor, socially-distanced light festival this month and next.
Lumaze will be open at the fairpark at 155 N. 1000 West until Jan. 2.
“The Utah State Fairpark is being transformed by a million twinkling lights into a ‘Fairytale Christmas,’ a wonderland where the whole family will be amazed by our towering four-story light tree, illuminated castles and playgrounds, and 10-foot snowmen that never melt,” says the Lumaze Salt Lake City website.
The festival also includes illuminated displays, a candy cane light tunnel, festive music and treats, a covered Kids’ Zone with Gingerbread Castle Playground, glowing swings and activities for all ages as well as frames and backdrops to create holiday photos.
Lumaze is following the COVID-19 precautions and protocols of local and state authorities, the website says. There is a one-way layout to help minimize guest contact and allow visitors to enjoy the attractions at a leisurely pace.
Other precautions include:
- Mandatory protective masks for guests and staff
- Hand sanitizer stations provided throughout the venue
- Groups required to stay together, and remain 6 feet from other guests.
- No cash sales.
- Space added between the exhibits for social distancing.
For more information including opening times click here.