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Lantern Light Festival

10921 SW 24th St., Miami, FL 33165 Directions

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Report | 5 years ago
This is the worst thing I have ever gone to it's just a whole bunch of inflatable's with lights honestly I think it should cost five dollars to get in. What a waste of money.
Report | 5 years ago
This is the worst thing I have ever gone to it's just a whole bunch of inflatable's with lights honestly I think it should cost five dollars to get in. What a waste of money.
Report | 5 years ago
This is the worst thing I have ever gone to it's just a whole bunch of inflatable's with lights honestly I think it should cost five dollars to get in. What a waste of money.
Report | 5 years ago
This is the worst thing I have ever gone to it's just a whole bunch of inflatable's with lights honestly I think it should cost five dollars to get in. What a waste of money.
Report | 5 years ago
This is the worst thing I have ever gone to it's just a whole bunch of inflatable's with lights honestly I think it should cost five dollars to get in. What a waste of money.
Report | 5 years ago
The Dragon was very cool. It has made a very good iPhone wallpaper; I'm still using it. Other lights were nice to see and photograph. We waited awhile for the start of the main show which is fine but it lasted 15 minutes or so. The pre-show was entertaining. Entrance fee was not cheap which is OK but you still needed to buy multiple activity tickets to participate. This was a little disappointing. Not sure I would pay again with no worthy entertainment to watch or free rides.
Report | 5 years ago
The price is not worth it. if I paid the retail price I would be more upset. there is really nothing to do we walked the entire light displays in like 5 mins. The fired Oreos was the best part of the experience lol...
Report | 5 years ago
Very expensive
Report | 5 years ago
not enough lanterns, not enough food stands, not enough traditional elements. I personally wouldn't go again.
Report | 5 years ago
The Festival was a complete disaster from beginning to end, the lines to park, the lines into the entrance and food lines were horrible and congested, people were standing in the wrong lines only to be told at the counter to turn around. I will never attend this event in the future.

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Over 2,000 years ago, Chinese monks started the tradition of honoring Buddha by lighting lanterns on the fifteenth day of the lunar month. Emperor Hanmingdi, having heard of this and enjoying the practice, ordered that all households and palaces do the same thus becoming a time-honored celebration.

Today, that tradition lives on at the Bay Area Lantern Light Festival. This six-week celebration rings in Chinese New Year with a vast array of dazzling lights—some reaching over 30 feet high—crafted by some of the world's best lantern makers. The lights only tell one side of the story, however, as the festival also features live performances such as Chinese acrobats as well as a sampling of delicious American and Chinese cuisine.

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