Thursday night Tallahassee's Dorothy B. Oven Park looked like a winter wonderland.
The city was hosting its annual Elf Night, a holiday light spectacular with carolers, refreshments and visits from Santa and Frosty.
More than 400,000 enchanting lights illuminated the park, making it a thrilling sight for the whole family.
"It's a chance for the families to come out and wander the park and see Santa Claus. There's not a charge for it. It's kinda low key, fun time that the kids can run around and it’s okay and just have a chance to be with all the family," said Park Supervisor Debbie Pullen.
Shuttle rides were provided throughout the night. If you happened to miss it, you can catch the elaborate light show every night until midnight through New Year’s.
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