Photos By: Madison Neidlinger
The large christmas light tree can be seen through the popular place to take pictures, a bridge surrounded by white christmas lights.
Texas State senior Trevor Sartin sits on one of the hundreds of hay bales that were set up by volunteers prior to the opening of Sights and Sounds to watch a middle school rendition of the song ‘silent night’.
One of the main attractions of Sights and Sounds is all of the christmas lights that are strung across the park. These lights lined a bridge located in the back of the park.
One of the hundreds of red bows that lined the walkways at Sights and Sounds in San Marcos, Texas.
A variety of games were present at Sights and Sounds this year. This game had people lined up, hoping to win a real-life goldfish to take home.
A fire ignites over a pan of delicious biscuits that were being sold next to the fire pit.
The petting zoo featured goats, pigs, miniature horses and many other animals that was free to the people of Sights and Sounds.
Various foods ranging for bacon-wrapped pork chops to a classic bucket of popcorn can be found at Sights and Sounds.
Sights and Sounds of Christmas started in 1987 and was first located in San Marcos, Texas. It is a very population attraction during the holidays.
Performers of all ages took the stage at Sights and Sounds to sing various christmas songs and you can see the stage through a booth the control man was in.
Texas State University students Alexis Barton and Camille Cumbie working the admission booth Thursday night, November 30, 2017.
Texas State freshman Megan Joiner poses with a life-size nutcracker at the entrance of Sights and Sounds last Thursday night.