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Last chance to experience Enchanted Airlie this weekend

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT)- If you're looking to add a little enchantment and brilliance to your weekend, you have one last shot for the season to see the annual "Enchanted Airlie" light show--a Wilmington tradition since 2005.

Enchanted Airlie will run through Sunday, Dec. 22 at 9 p.m. 

There are two run times per evening, 5 to 7 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., and some times are sold out so don't delay.

Guests will experience a .5-mile stroll through the gardens, on a self-guided tour while feasting their eyes on a spectacular array of lights and holiday displays.

Also in attendance, Santa Claus himself, along with a few local food and beverage vendors with coffee, hot chocolate, popcorn, cookies, and more.

Enchanted Airlie is also pleased to have North Carolina LEGO User's Group's (NCLUG) spectacular LEGO display featuring over 250,000 bricks. Tickets must be purchased in advance. 
  • Carload Ticket (3+ persons - 1 vehicle) $22
  • Couples Pass (2 persons - 1 vehicle) $15
  • Single Admission (1 person - 1 vehicle) $10
  • Children under 4 - No ticket required.
For complete ticket information and large group reservations, visit www.airliegardens.org or call (910) 798-7700. Pets are not allowed and all visitors must arrive in a vehicle or on a bike.

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