Clifton, Ohio (WDTN) - Every evening at Historic Clifton Mill at 6 pm, one switch transforms the darkness into a twinkling winter wonderland.
The outdoor display now includes nearly 4 million lights illuminating the old mill, the gorge, the riverbanks, trees and bridges.
There is a 100 foot "waterfall" of twinkling lights and a spectacular synchronized lights and music show that features the old Covered Bridge and new features in 2012 make the show even more extraordinary!
Visitors marvel at our animated Miniature Village complete with an outdoor train, a 1950s drive in theatre, a mini parade down the main street, the Wright Brothers plane flying over, a football game in progress and much more!
There are over 3000 examples of Santa Claus on display dating from as far back as 1850.
You can peek into Santa's Workshop to see a live Santa at work and then, every 15 minutes or so, watch him check his list and go up the chimney to load his sleigh.
The Legendary Lights of Clifton Mill is open nightly through January 1.
Admission is $10 per person for everyone age 7 and older. Children age 6 and under get in FREE.
Clifton is in Greene County, three miles east of Yellow Springs on State Rt. 343, six miles south of Springfield on State Rt. 72, and three miles north of Cedarville on Rt. 72.
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or call 937-767-5501.