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Holiday magic at Enchant in T-Mobile Park

Enjoy the world’s largest Christmas light maze in Seattle

Children are dazzled by all the lights at Enchant Christmas in T-Mobile Park in Seattle. Photo credit: Enchant Christmas

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Enchant Christmas returns to Seattle's T-Mobile Park for an extravagant Christmas experience. This year, the world's largest Christmas light maze, Mischievous, will delight children of all ages as they search for Santa's missing gifts in time to save Christmas.

During the event, the stadium is packed with fun things to do. Among this year's highlights are the lazy river-style ice-skating trail, a Christmas market featuring wares from more than 70 local artisans, live entertainment, the Makery (craft gift making), visits to Santa at Santa's Landing and play at the Kid Zone.

When you are ready to slow down, enjoy excerpts of Christmas movies at the Enchant Cinema.

T-Mobile Park is a bit of a drive for those coming from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, but according to Jordan Birch, Director of Business Development at Enchant Christmas, it is well worth the hour (depending on traffic) drive.

"There is simply nothing else like Enchant in the entire world," exclaimed Birch. "Meticulously considered with every inch of the 105,000-plus square foot event uniquely designed by Enchant creators."

She said the magical experience coming to Seattle this year has never been seen before, and includes new-to-Seattle event features like the World's Largest Christmas Light Maze, Mischievous, along with larger-than-life, stunning light sculptures, and the beautiful, meandering ice-skating trail. Also, the Christmas Market with more than 70 vendors which is curated in partnership with the incredible makers of Urban Craft Uprising.

"With more surprising and delightful elements than ever before," Birch explained, "this is a destination for building holiday-time traditions, and we've worked tirelessly to cater to all the senses. Just wait for the Enchant hot cocoa!"

Crucially, every night there is a 10 percent military discount available on admission.

"And, on Dec. 5, we will host a special military night where $3 from every ticket purchased will be donated to the USO (United Service Organizations)," said Birch, "a not-for-profit organization that offers a variety of programs and services to support deployed, transitioning, ill, and wounded service members and their families, as well as the families of fallen troops."

"It's all very personal and important to me and my team members," continued Birch. "We work all year long to produce Enchant, with our core mission being to provide an experience for guests to create magical memories - we want to see as many people as possible smile and feel joy while they're here, and we can't wait to open our doors to show you what we've been building."

If you want to step up your experience with a VIP package, you will receive VIP line access at the entrance and at the ice skating rink. It also includes an all-you-can-eat dinner and dessert buffet with non-alcoholic drinks (alcohol available for purchase). You will also have access to a VIP Lounge and complimentary ice-skate rentals.

Those that really want to make it a night can stay nearby at the Hyatt Regency, the host hotel, which is offering Enchant packages.

ENCHANT CHRISTMAS, 4 p.m. daily, through Dec. 29, T-Mobile Park, 1250 First Ave. S Seattle, prices vary nightly: go to, reserved garage parking is available across the street from the stadium and can be purchased with event tickets

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