Christmas Light Displays
Posted by Eric Skates on
2020 has brought us the task of finding new ways of doing just about everything. Even though we may feel like we are constantly having to reinvent the wheel in this everchanging year, it has also given us the opportunity to get back to basics and revisit traditions of the past in a whole new way.
With fewer events and holiday parties to attend, we have more time to fill with new Christmas traditions. However, there is one holiday tradition that dates back to the early 20th century that fits perfectly into our 2020 way of doing things.
That is, Drive Thru Light Displays!
Even though families have been enjoying drive-thru light display for years, this year more and more people are piling family and close friends into the car to enjoy viewing beautifully bright lights.
Ready to load up and join in on the drive through holiday fun? We’ve got a list of great holiday light displays your family will love!
Christmas Tree Lane in Altadena, California- Number one our list is a light display that just may be the oldest large scale light display in America. It all started with a quarter mile of lights in 1920 and is now decked out with over 10,000 light bulbs that takes 10 weeks to put up. For more information visit their website .
Spanaway Park Fantasy Lights, Washington- Spanaway Park Fantasy Lights is a display the kids are sure to love. They have fun displays like a lighted pirate ship, and dragon displays the kids will want to see year after year. And the entire drive through will only cost you $15 per car. You can find out more here .
Moody Garden’s Festival of Lights: Galveston, Texas- Our next display is found deep in the heart of Texas! At this beach side light display you can stroll through a mile-long trail featuring more than two million lights and beautifully craft displays. For more information visit, click here
Christmas In Color – The last light display on our list can be enjoyed in several different states; Colorado, Utah, California, Minnesota, Idaho. Each location is slightly different, but each of them features millions of dancing lights that are synchronized to holiday favorites you’ll want to sing along to. For more information check out christmasincolor.net.
Candy Rush Six Flags White Waters, Marietta Ga- If you’re the type to go big or go home, this is the world’s largest drive-thru animated light show! This is truly a kid’s Christmas fantasy. Get tickets here
Not close enough to any of these? Check out facebook groups and events to find large and smaller local displays near you. And your friend Google can lead you to the best displays in your state and other great spots not listed here.
EPM is wishing you a safe and happy holiday from home this year. Ready to create your own magical light display on the perfect home for you? Reach out to one of our lenders to help get you started.