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Like many others, one of our family favorite traditions is driving around and admiring Christmas lights! We put on Christmas pajamas, heat up our hot cocoa, and jump in the car (which needs to be blaring Christmas carols) and drive around the area in search of the biggest and brightest light display. Sometimes we will pay to drive through professionally done displays, but honestly, we love driving through different neighborhoods and seeing their Christmas lights too!
Over the years we have discovered countless amazing light displays. But the hard part can be trying to remember where all those amazing displays were from years prior!
Since we’re all friends around here, we want to share this amazing website with you… The Original Christmas Light Finder is a website that has you enter your zip code, and it populates the best and biggest Christmas lights and holiday displays in your area. No more driving around aimlessly looking for light shows!
Insider tip: Head over to 6429 Fairfax Circle, East Petersburg for the most unforgettable – and bright – display! This is a great place to start!
Christmas Spirit Light Show
Returning to Clipper Magazine Stadium in downtown Lancaster is the Christmas Spirit Light Show – you won’t want to miss this stop. Not only will the lights fascinate you, but also you can enjoy the show from the comfort (and warmth) of your own car! Driving through the mile-long track, you’ll be surrounded by thousands of flashing colored lights. One of the best parts? They’re in sync with everyone’s favorite Christmas songs! Just tune into their radio station and get ready to be amazed.
Christmas Light Drive-Thru
Taking place at Stone Gables Estate, this 3-mile drive-thru includes a display of over 600,000 LED lights. The experience also features new storyboards, such as the 12 Days of Christmas and three new light displays with a light motion train, wreaths, 18-foot trees and more. There’s plenty of other activities as well, such as the Harrisburg, Lincoln & Lancaster Railroad steam train decorated for the holidays and the Star Barn Village, Herr’s Mill Covered Bridge, and other structures covered in lights.
Here’s an insider’s tip: if you go on a Friday or Saturday, you might get a visit from Santa and his elves and animals!
While you’re visiting neighborhoods for their light display or on your way to a light show, remember to keep Wolf and Webb in mind, especially if you’re in the market for a new home and see something you like. As the top Realtors in Lancaster, PA and the surrounding areas, we’ll help you find the house of your dreams just in time for the perfect Christmas present!