It can take about 45min to one hour to go through the last and enjoy them.
It is a series of static displays, you drive from one to the next, it is no charge but there is a toll booth of sorts asking for a donation in exchange for a calendar it is a request not a demand but may not seem like it.
It takes about 45 minutes depending on traffic. I can't remember dates of opening and closing.
The light show is complete for this year.
Check the website, probably mid January.
It's seasonal from like Thanksgiving through the holidays. And it's the granddady of all the ones around here. Oglebay is a great deal. If you like Cabela's it's right up the road. A casino on the river with dog racing and not that far (60 miles) from Pittsburgh with a lot in between.
That's a tough one to answer. I would say its several miles and spread out and it really depends on how much traffic. Sometimes, depending on what day of the week you go or how close to Christmas, it can be heavy traffic and take 45+ min. I've gone on a weeknight and been through in 30.
The Oglebay Winter Festival of Lights is held at the Oglebay Resort & Conference Center in Wheeling, WV. It is open from mid-November through the first week of January. The Winter Festival of Lights is viewable Sunday through Thursday until 10:00 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday until 11:00 p.m.
There is no admission charge for the Oglebay Winter Festival of Lights, but donations are appreciated (and generally expected). A one-time donation per carload is valid for the entire festival season. Trolley tours are also offered from Wilson Lodge on a first come, first-served for basis.
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