See the lights at Aiken’s Christmas in the Hopelands tomorrow
AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) - The 29th annual Christmas in Hopelands event will transform Hopelands Gardens with more than two miles of pathways and displays illuminated with more than 100,000 twinkling lights.
After a brief cancellation due to weather concerns, the event will pick back up on Dec. 4, and 26-27, so guests can stroll through gardens at 135 Dupree Place.
The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and the Rye Patch Stables will be open and decorated for visitors to enjoy.
Unlike in past years, the city of Aiken will not offer a shuttle service from Citizens Park. Instead, parking will be available at Rye Patch (100 Berrie Road SW) and the Green Boundary Club (780 Whiskey Road). Those who park at the Green Boundary Club will be assisted across Whiskey Road.
Handicapped parking only will be available at the gardens’ entrance.
All visitors will be required to wear a mask and should practice social distancing.
It’s a free event, but there will be donation boxes throughout the gardens
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