Stemming from the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-CE 25), the Lantern Festival, also known as the Spring Lantern Festival, is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunar Chinese calendar. This mars the final day of traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. Over time, it has become the most popular festival and night event in China. As technology has improved, we now use electricity to illuminate the lanterns while using the same traditional lantern making skills. There are many themes that can be used, such as animals, plants, sea creatures, Chinese culture, international architecture, space, history, ancient stories and more. Besides a walk through beautiful lanterns, there are many more elements can be added, including performances, dinosaur rides, lantern playgrounds, authentic food booths, cultural exhibits and more. All the festival activities offer endless fun!