Flagstaff will kick off the Christmas season with the 19th annual Holiday Lighting event at Little America Flagstaff. The two powerful Christmas traditions, the North Pole Experience and the Little America Hotel Flagstaff, Santa’s official trolley departure station, will team up on November 23, 2013, to bring Flagstaff an extraordinary holiday lighting, dressing the property in millions of Christmas lights on the first day of the 2013 NPX season and one-of-a-kind Christmas adventure.
Just like a scene out of a favorite holiday movie, the 500 acre property of beautiful forest at Little America Flagstaff will be lit with over a million Christmas lights at 6:30pm, and stay lit for the entire holiday season, making it the perfect backdrop for NPX guests.
The North Pole Experience takes families on a trolley ride to Santa’s official massive workshop at the North Pole through a magic portal. Once families enter Santa’s toy factory headquarters, that is where the real magic begins. Completely hands-on, families will work side-by-side with Santa and his elves, building toys and then enjoy access to Santa’s main factory floor, with soaring toy slides and ceilings. Families attend Elf University and visit Mrs. Claus and enjoy cookies and snowman soup in the bakery. Don’t forget Santa’s mailroom, office, and his top-secret "Area 47" Sleigh Hanger, featuring his famous sleigh, jam packed with some of the most advanced technology in the world, runway lights, radar systems and more.
The Holiday Lights event will be held from 4:00-8:00pm and is open to the public. The celebration includes a dramatic entrance by Santa, Christmas carolers, face painting, balloon sculpting, crafts, cookie decorating, a travel-themed raffle and more. Proceeds from our silent raffle will benefit the United Way of Northern Arizona. The dramatic flip of the light switch will occur around 6:30 p.m., with Santa arriving shortly thereafter.
The North Pole Experience will run tours from the Little America Hotel from 4:00-8:00pm, with trolley’s every 15 minutes. The holiday lighting is free to the public, and tickets to NPX can be purchased at http://www.northpoleexperience.com.
The holiday lighting at Little America Flagstaff is free and open to public. Tickets for the North Pole Experience can be purchased at www.northpoleexperience.com.
2013/11/23 - 2013/11/23
Additional time info:
4:00-8:00PM. The dramatic flip of the light switch will occur around 6:30 p.m., with Santa arriving shortly thereafter. The North Pole Experience will run tours from the Little America Hotel from 4:00-8:00pm, with trolley’s every 15 minutes.