You might think that just because he has a bright shiny red nose he would be easy to find but what if he's among so many other bright and shiny lights here at Bright Nights in Forest Park? Fill in the blanks below to become part of the story and help us find Rudolph!
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and Rudolph was missing! Santa sent for , his chief elf, and ordered a search party to look high and low throughout Bright Nights to find the missing reindeer. hurried to Seuss Land and assembled the Whos from Whoville to help with the search.
The velociraptors in Jurassic World were no help, and and the Whos barely escaped with their lives. Cindy Lou Who thought she saw Rudolph at Everett Barney Mansion, but it was only the horse pulling the wagon. The Leaping Frogs wouldn’t say anything but “Ribbit,” and Captain Hook in Neverland just swung his sword at .
The from Noah’s ark said Rudolph had stopped by on his way to visit the angels in the Garden of Peace, but when got there, Rudolph was long gone. The Wise Men at the Nativity Scene reported that Rudolph had taken a nap beneath the manger, but he’d left hours before. was starting to worry that Santa would have to cancel Christmas if Rudolph couldn’t be found.
The toy soldier in Toy Land fired his cannon, and and the Whos came running. Rudolph had eaten all the gumdrops from Candyland and escaped into the Winter Woods. The Whos went back to Whoville to have dinner with the Grinch, and sadly trudged through the snow and into Santa’s Magical Forest.
Just before was about to deliver the bad news to Santa that Rudolph was nowhere to be found, a shining gold whistle appeared on the walk to Santa’s Cottage. the elf blew the whistle loud and clear and jumped with joy as Rudolph landed in the snow and took his place at the head of Santa’s sleigh. had saved Christmas, and the elves in Santa’s Cottage filled the sleigh with presents for boys and girls all over the world, even the for , the elf who saved Christmas.
Set your GPS to:
300 Sumner Avenue
Springfield, MA 01108
From MA, NH, VT, NY:
Exit 6 off Mass Pike (I-90) to I-291 West (Springfield) to I-91 South. I-91 South to Exit 4 (Route 83/Main Street). Follow Route 83 with left at light, straight through next light, first right up Longhill Street, left at next light on to Sumner Avenue. Straight through two lights. Forest Park is on the right.
Exit 2 off I-91 North, (Route 83/Forest Park/East Longmeadow). Straight through first light. Right at next light onto Route 83 South/Sumner Avenue. Straight through two lights. Forest Park is on the right.
November 25, 2020 – January 3, 2021
Closed November 30 - December 1, 2020
Sunday through Thursday – 5PM to 9PM
Friday, Saturday and Holidays* – 5PM to 11PM
Buses with Reservations Priority – 5PM to 6PM
*Holidays - Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day (5pm to 9pm)