Several private residences go full Griswold during the holidays, and you can see these light-display wonders from the warmth of your vehicle!
So you've visited Blossoms of Light, trekked through a Hudson Christmas, and took in the Zoo Lights, but still have a need for holiday lights? We've got a list for you! Across the metro area, private residences have taken their holiday decorating to the next level and created a light show to be remembered. Many are also timed to music, so you can cruise by and enjoy the complete show from the warmth of your car. Some are also collecting donations for charities, so if you can spare some change, show your appreciation for the display and help others this holiday season.
Snowflake House | 8954 W. 78th Cir., Arvada
More than 90,000 LED lights.
Figgyville 2018 | 7519 Braun Way, Arvada
Pruitt’s Christmas Village Light Show | 6645 Alkire Ct., Arvada
Synchronized music: 89.1 FM
Thousands of lights, several inflatables, 18 songs, and six videos await at this winter wonderland. The show starts at 5 p.m. each night. It ends at 10 p.m. Sun.-Thurs., and 10:30 p.m. on Fri.-Sat. (Seen in featured photo.)
Interactive Tree | 2496 S. Vaughn Way, Aurora
A unique twist on the neighborhood holiday light scene! Visitors can play the drums or guitars to make music and change the light patterns, play a memory game, send music from a mobile device to the tree, and even send text messages to change the display's colors. You can also watch and enjoy the moving color patterns on 3,000 LEDs.
Courtesy of the Interactive Tree (Facebook).
Lights on Laredo | 3063 S. Laredo Cir., Aurora
It's rumored you can see the glow from a block away. Check it out for yourself and see Santa, Garfield, a skydiving bear, Thomas the Train, and much more.
Broomfield Lights | 5061 Yates Circle, Broomfield
Synchronized music: 91.3 FM
Individually controlled bulbs can be changed to any color at any time throughout the 10-minute show. Listen to Christmas music with awe-inspiring lights and effects on your radio or through the outdoor speakers.
Courtesy of Broomfield Lights (Facebook).
Severson Holiday House | 3855 E. Mineral Place, Centennial
Thousands of lights, the Grinch, Santa, elves and much more.
The Stricker’s Winter Wonderland | 6636 S. Lafayette, Centennial
Santa and his sleigh, The Grinch and Whoville, and Santa’s elves are all on hand to spread the holiday cheer. You can also borrow Holiday Specs to view the lights.
The Knolls Neighborhood | 3871 E. Geddes Ave., Centennial
30,000 synchronized LED and incandescent lights across three houses is a sight to see. It also features blow molds from the 80s, arches, trees, traditional elements, and Santa in the window.
Onstott Christmas Extravaganza | 10046 Fraser St., Commerce City
See some sparking lights and help others during the season. Donations will be collected for the Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Courtesy of Onstott Christmas Extravaganza (Facebook).
LightsOn! Hudson | 3070 Hudson St., Denver
Over 65,000 lights will dance to synchronized music.
Gingerbread House | 10221 South Fairgate Way, Highlands Ranch
10+ years strong, you will love this classically decorated house. With tens of thousands of lights, all pulling off a gingerbread-house theme.
Rock In The Ranch | 9711 Bucknell Way, Highlands Ranch
Synchronized music: 90.5 FM
An awesome display of 20,000 lights is synchronized to five rock songs for ultimate entertainment. The show starts at 5:30 p.m. each night, and runs to 10 p.m. Mon.-Fri., and to 11 p.m. Sat.-Sun.
These are just a few of the many out there. Local news stations are also tracking any home that provides information. Check out this ever-growing list compiled by 9News to find on the many other light shows in your area, or put your house on display for all to see!
What do you think? Will you be checking out any of the above light displays in the metro area this holiday season? Which one are you the most excited about? Let us know in the comments below.