29th season begins Nov. 20th through Jan. 4th 

 Callaway Resort & Gardens is pleased to announce the South’s favorite holiday tradition, Fantasy In Lights , a National Geographic’s Top 10 Light Displays in the world. Now in its 29th season, the outdoor experience introduces Magical Field of Lights, a brand new scene nearly two-football fields long, featuring a Christmas tree over 10 stories tall. Guests will ride through a dazzling illuminated forest and make merry in the Christmas Village beginning Nov. 20 through Jan. 4.

A unique holiday experience, Fantasy In Lights is a whimsical Christmas storybook journey. Whether by Jolly Trolley or personal vehicle, guests are immersed in more than 8 million sparkling lights and holiday themed music. This favorite Christmas tradition includes classic scenes such as Snowflake Valley, Magical Christmas Garden and more. Extend the celebration with an overnight stay at the resort and explore 2,500 acres of stunning natural landscape inside Callaway Gardens. 

For tickets to Fantasy In Lights, visit or call 877-496-2044. Advance purchase is highly recommended. Tickets include complimentary one-day admission to Callaway Gardens, the tropical Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, educational Callaway Discovery Center, live Birds of Prey Shows, miles of nature trails, the Discovery Bicycle Trail, peaceful Ida Cason Callaway Memorial Chapel and more.

In addition to Fantasy In Lights, enjoy a cozy escape and holiday shopping at the newly renovated Christmas Tent. See Santa himself at the reimagined “Santa Photo” area allows families meet with Ole’ St. Nick from a safe distance. Kids will enjoy waving to him from behind the scenes as he works away in his cozy cottage office checking his lists twice. After a photo with Mr. Claus, head on over to Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen and learn the art of Christmas cookie decorating from the visionary herself, Mrs. Claus. 

Fantasy In Lights provides a family-friendly escape for visitors of all ages to celebrate the season while following physical distancing standards. For information on Callaway’s COVID-19 safety precautions, visit


For more than 65 years, Callaway Resort & Gardens has provided “a place of relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of the living world” for millions of visitors. Owned and operated by the non-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, the destination includes a gardens and resort on 2,500 acres in Pine Mountain, Georgia. Highlights include a tropical butterfly conservatory, discovery center, chapel, inland white sand beach, nature trails, a zip line/obstacle course and special events throughout the year.