Get into the Holiday Spirit at the Reflections of the Season Christmas Light Display.
PLEASE NOTE PRICE CHANGE HAS BEEN MADE FOR ADMISSION INTO THIS EVENT!!
$5.00 per Car & Passenger Vans or Buses $1 per person
This walk or drive through display is open to the public from December 8th - 11th & 15th - 23rd.
Drive through the grounds of the West Baton Rouge Conference Center and view the spectacular lights. Take advantage of the FREE shuttle service as there is no parking available on the grounds of the WBR Conference Center during this event; Parking will be at Louis Mouch Multipurpose arena located at 152 Turner Road.
You must obtain a wrist band at the entrance gate to participate in all the activities.
Come inside the conference center to visit "Trevor" the talking reindeer. Walk through the holiday decorated rooms. Enjoy carnival rides for the children or buy those last minute gifts from our crafters. Take your holiday pictures with Santa and his elves.
Dec. 10th & 17th will be ice fishing for $5.00 per person. On Dec. 17th is snow night for $5.00 per person.
Kids Craft Night will also be Dec. 17th.
Cuddle up in a blanket next to your friends and loved ones and take a ride through the lights in a mule or horse drawn wagon for $2.00 per person.
Bring your family and friends and make West Baton Rouge and "Reflections of the Season" part of your Christmas tradition.
West Baton Rouge is 'On the River, On the Way' to fun and adventure in Southeast Louisiana. The smallest parish in the state with big surprises in store for its visitors.
Experience our history at the award-winning West Baton Rouge Museum touting six historic Sugar Plantation structures dating from c.1830 to c.1945. See a model of a working 1904 sugar mill once housed at the World's Fair. Learn the story of sugar cane from Field to Factory before you take a drive on the great scenic Mississippi River Road to see the majestic oaks and numerous plantation homes.
Festivals, Food and Fun are on tap at our four major events of the year. Kite Fest Louisiane, the only Kite Festival in the state of Louisiana, is held in April. The Oldies But Goodies Fest and BCA Championship BBQ Contest are held in mid September. Sugar Fest in October and the Reflections of the Season Light display during the month of December.
Take the I-10 Exit #151 and visit MOBY, the 13'4", 760 lb alligator at our Tourist Information Center. We can help you find accommodations and create a plan for your great adventure in Southeast Louisiana.