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Bentleyville's New Light Displays

Alejandra Palacios
Updated: November 25, 2019 11:35 PM

Bentleyville has some new light displays to look for when you visit the Tour of Lights this year.

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A lot of work goes into making Bentleyville a unique and new experience for visitors. Bentleyville invests $150,000 in adding more tunnels, photo and light displays every year. They take great pride in making the displays bigger and better.

One of the new light displays to check out is a new aquarium themed one. It features underwater sea life, sharks, fish, a ship wreckage and submarines.

There's also a separate romantic display area that features swans and hearts to take pictures with the backdrop of the Aerial Lift Bridge. It’s been a popular engagement spot for couples.

Nathan Bentley said they invested in changing one of their bigger light displays this year that they hadn't changed since Bentleyville started doing tours at Bayfront.

“Our biggest display change is changing our pavilion down by our fire pits which has been snowflakes for all 10 years we've been here. We've reinvested into a brand new castle down there so everybody’s going to be inside of a glorious castle roasting marshmallows under the stars,” said Bentley.

The castle has been a noted favorite new addition. The light displays are rearranged to different locations throughout the park every year.

Bentley encourages people to come on weekdays to get a less crowded and laid back experience of all the light displays. He also reminds everyone to dress warm for the occasion. 

Some other new additions include the expansion of Santa’s display and new merchandise and toys at the gift shop.

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