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The Chicago Botanic Garden hosts this annual display of festive lights, giving guests a host of shimmering reasons to visit the forest preserve during the holiday season. Set along a one-mile path, the after-dark experience features a series of installations to explore, including a 110-foot tunnel made up of 100,000 lights and a group of trees festooned in bulbs that "sing" holiday songs. New this year—in addition to one-way traffic and other safety precautions—are five installations from Chicago artists, like Tanner Woodford's "Pride and Promise," a tree decked with glowing stars inspired by the Chicago flag.