Lights on the Bay

Driving through Anne Arundel Medical Center’s holiday light show “Lights on the Bay” at Sandy Point State Park has become a tradition for many families for the past decade. With new displays added each year, the experience never ceases to delight visitors.

The annual “Lights on the Bay” event features a scenic drive along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay where more than 60 spectacular animated and stationary displays illuminate the roadway. The new displays include a North Pole train station and a giant toy land. The popular hold-over displays such as the USNA midshipmen tossing their hats in the air and a replica of a Colonial village inspired by historic Annapolis will also be featured.

Driving tours through the “Lights on the Bay” display begin Nov. 18 and run through Jan. 1. The show is open daily including holidays from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $12 per car and $50 per bus.

“AAMC’s Lights on the Bay show has become a tradition among many area families,” event coordinator Kathie Mele said. “It is a magical experience for all ages, and every year we add new add new attractions and special touches to keep it fresh and entertaining.”

Sandy Point State Park is located off Route 50, at exit 32, near the Bay Bridge.

Anyone interested purchasing tickets to drive through the lights display can call 443-481-3161.

Anne Arundel Medical Center is a not-for-profit charitable regional healthcare provider.


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