Glenlore Trails is taking holiday lights displays to an entirely new level.
Eloquently arranged along a wooded walkway in Commerce Township, the return of Aurora — an immersive wintery outdoor holiday experience through an enchanted forest decorated with holiday lights and sounds — is sure to become a must-visit tradition for your family and friends.
With added features and new experiences since its debut last November, Aurora will be taking place Thursday to Sunday evenings, from Nov. 17 through Dec. 30 at 3860 Newton Road in Commerce Township.
Guests will be amazed and entertained as they are immersed into a complete illuminated outdoor winter wonderland.
You can stroll through over property decorated with over 500,000 festive lights, exciting displays, interactive experiences and games, holiday sounds and much more — all throughout the one-mile-long wonderous holiday-themed night walk.
Select nights will also have storytelling, live music, themed activities and visits from Santa too.
There will also be themed nights for guests that are 21 and over to enjoy a sip and stroll experience.
In addition, Santa’s personal mailbox will be in place at ticket check-in for children to bring their letters with special delivery to the North Pole.
Food will also be available onsite including the Taco food truck as well as several warm holiday beverage options.
Respected storytelling event-stager
Glenlore Trails is supported by Bluewater Technologies Group, one of the most-trusted event staging and AV integrators in the country, who are experts in sensory storytelling across digital and physical canvases.
During the one-mile walk, the forest will come to life with a dazzling display of lights, sounds and wonder.
Guests may encounter live performances, which make for an unforgettable family outing, a fun-filled hangout with friends or a magical date night surrounded by sparkling holiday lights and a beautiful night sky.
Glenlore Trails is an outdoor experience, set up along one mile of wooded, manicured (not paved) trail.
The trail is stroller, wagon, and wheelchair accessible.
The price of tickets — which range from $15 to $20 (children 3 and under are free) are available by clicking here or at the box office.
Ed Wright can be reached at 734-664-4657 or email@example.com.