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Fantasy Land of Lights

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Giving back to our community

Fantasy Land is a Non-Profit organization presented by Rotary Bartlesville Daybreak Club. In addition to traditional holiday pieces, Fantasy Land includes a nod to local history and traditions with Bartles Mill, one of Bartlesville's original landmarks. The scene, complete with moving water wheel and running stream, is approximately 24 feet high and 45 feet wide and one of the biggest displays in the park. The park further honors local culture with displays of an Indian chief and Santa in a biplane. Feel free to go around the park as many times as you would like!

Can you find our new display?

Fantasy Land of Lights is a Bartlesville holiday tradition and is committed to improving the park every year. New displays are always being added. Can you find them?

Support scholarships for Bartlesville's students

There is no admission to visit Fantasy Land of Lights, but for those who do leave a donation, the money goes to a worthy cause. A portion of the money donated at the Gingerbread House each year is put into the Rotary fund for college scholarships given to students at area schools.

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Little girl looking at Christmas lights

Fantasy Land of Lights has been a Bartlesville holidy tradition for nearly 20 years, and we are committed to improving the park every year. This year we have added several more displays. Can you find them?

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Little girl hugging her mom while they look at Christmas lights at the park

Our volunteers are often asked, "Why should I donate to Fantasy Land?" The answer all comes down to Rotary Bartlesville's commitment to supporting education in our community. Once the expenses are paid, the rest of your generous donations go to support scholarships for students in the Washington County area.

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