If you've been debating whether or not to make the trip to visit the Minnesota State Fairground's holiday light display, here's a short preview to help you make up your mind!

Travel vlogger Tommy Travels posted a short video Monday of his experience at the Minnesota State Fairground's drive-thru GLOW Holiday Festival.

"This adventure brings us to The Glow Holiday Festival," reads the video's caption on Youtube, "which is a drive through light display featuring over a million Christmas lights. They have reindeer, Christmas presents and shining displays as far as the eye can see!"

The short 39-second clip features a giant Christmas tree made up of lights, other trees made up of lights and even a family of polar bears.

"The Great Minnesota Holiday Get-Together is a one mile drive-thru with a dozen stops featuring over a million holiday lights, a 100-foot lit Christmas tree, icicle and art installations, and a State Fair food court!" reads a post at the official Glow Holiday Festival's Facebook page. The drive-thru holiday lights experience kicked off November 19 and will run for 46 consecutive nights through January 3. Certain nights will have themes and sponsors like Country Night, Indigenous People's NightPrince Night and Military Night with a portion of ticket sales going to support various charities and organizations.

Entry is timed every 15 minutes, and the drive will be up to 40 minutes long. Tickets cost $46 per vehicle and are available to purchase here. Follow along on Facebook for more information and details.

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