The Chinese Lantern Festival, which takes place every year at the Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, has been canceled, but you still have a chance to see the beautiful glowing lanterns. And you can see them for free!
A number of the lanterns has made their way to Downtown Cary, right in time for the holidays.
Visiting each location would be a wonderful walking tour for the holidays!See the best Christmas light displays in the Triangle
You’ll find them at:
- Page-Walker Arts & History Center
- Herb C. Young Community Center
- Cary Chamber of Commerce
- Fidelity Bank
- The old Cary Library open space
- Downtown Park
Scroll down for a map of locations.
You can check them all out by foot, or see them from your car. If you walk, please wear a mask, and don’t cross any barriers to get closer to them.
Click on the map, below, to see it full-size. Please note that the map was provided by Booth Amphitheatre. We don’t know if the animals will stay put.
Find coloring pages for several of the lanterns, as well as information about the animals, here.Subscribe to Triangle on the Cheap
More upcoming holiday events
Check out our huge list of holiday events in the Triangle, or look at a few of them here: