WASHINGTON (AP) - It's the last weekend to see a holiday light show at the Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville.
The drive-through light show opened Nov. 21 and continues through Sunday.
Organizers have been putting on the show for more than a decade and say more than 30,000 cars drive through the show in a typical year. Light displays include toy soldiers, snowmen and Santa.
Admission to the show costs $15 per car on weekdays and $20 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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