The annual Miracle of Lights display at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville will be open tomorrow night through Jan. 8.
The display consists of more than a million lights illuminating animated holiday scenes along a two-mile drive.
Hours are 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. daily (except New Year's Eve).
This year's display includes "Planet Holiday," which features a gigantic spaceship with families of aliens preparing for Christmas; "Victorian Village," which includes horse-drawn carriages, a gingerbread house and ice skaters; "Noah's Ark"; "Santa's Wood," displaying squirrels, bears and beavers; the "Angel's Playground," where baby angels play on teeter-totters; and the "Enchanted Woods," where wizards, unicorns, dragons and trolls live together.
Miracle of Lights donates a portion of its proceeds every year to a charity. This year it is Special Love Inc., a Winchester-based organization that provides programs for children with cancer and HIV or AIDS.
The cost is $12 a car (one to 14 people); $25 a commercial van (15 to 34 people); and $50 a bus (35 or more people). The park is at 7700 Bull Run Dr.
For more information, call 703-709-5437 or visit www.miracleoflights.com.