This incredible light festival is just 3 hours from Toronto (PHOTOS)

Dec 8 2017, 1:57 am

Imagine walking through a path into another world, across a frozen landscape.

The place is lit up with magical lights, and a soft wind howls lightly.

It’s the spirit of a Canadian winter, and it’s the magic of Lumina Borealis.

A place where Lake Ontario meets the St. Lawrence River, the beauty of the season illuminates along an outdoor trail approximately 1 km long. The family-friendly pathway takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete.

There is limited capacity to ensure everyone enjoys their enchanted experience, so plan ahead! And yes, it is worth the winter drive.

Check out some photos below!

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Lumina Borealis 2017

When: December 8 to February 19, various dates and times
Where: 1 Fort Henry Drive, Kingston

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