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Holiday Lights at Pyramid Hill

Belinda Cai
6-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday. 6-10 p.m. Friday-Sunday. , Monday December 09 | Admission (per carload-limit 8 passengers per van): Monday-Thursday $20. Friday-Sunday $25.

This year, the lights will be bigger and brighter than ever, featuring a whopping total of over a million lights! This annual, award-winning winter attraction stretches over miles of roadway and now spans an additional 70 acres.



Where: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum
Phone: 513-887-9514
Address: 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Road
Website: www.pyramidhill.org

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum

1763 Hamilton-Cleves Road
Hamilton, Ohio
45013
 
Peruse around 75 pieces of monumental sculpture on 265 acres of rolling hills in one of the few outdoor sculpture museums in the United States.
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