Gatlinburg Lights Up Its 680-Foot SkyBridge For Christmas

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Ready to see Christmas lights sprinkled throughout the sky? Head down to Gatlinburg, Tennessee to take a walk on the SkyBridge, the largest pedestrian bridge in North America.

The SkyBridge has its Christmas lights up and ready to go, and the lights will remain in full force through January.

The city of Gatlinburg is also doing its part to contribute to holiday cheer in the area in more concrete way. Visitors to the SkyBridge can bring a new, packaged toy to the ticket window to receive $4 off their SkyBridge admission ticket. All donated toys will go to the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains, helping to make Christmas a little bit brighter for children whose families are struggling financially this holiday season.

If you’re headed to Gatlinburg this holiday season, be sure to bring a new, packaged toy when you make your trip to check out the lights.

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