Sacramento Neighborhoods With The Best Holiday Lights
Sacramento - Fabulous Forties - (42nd st - 45th st near Folsom Blvd)
These streets are legendary for their amazing Christmas displays that span 3 whole streets. Not just content with lighting up their houses, they string lights all the way accross the street too! Check it out, you won’t want to miss this one! I’d recommend a stop at Temple Coffee for some hot chocolate, which is nearby and open late!
3961 Fair Oaks Blvd., Sacramento 95864
Besides the life-size Elf on The Shelf, who’s on the move nightly, there are six 60-foot themed Christmas trees, a snowy meadow with deer, dancing lights choreographed to music, Santa’s sleigh and reindeer flying across the night sky, a gingerbread house with smoke billowing out from its chimney, Nativity scene, angels, Nutcracker soldiers, and more.
53rd and S streets, Sacramento 95819
The center of the holiday spirit in this neighborhood can be found off T Street, where folks continue its annual tradition of illuminated hoops over sidewalks and walkways.
3601 Kranhold Way, Sacramento 95827
Blue icicles cascade from the roof. A concentration of colored, dancing lights along the fence. Soft white lights along the plants and bottom of the fence, and white lights covering the house. More than 18,000 luminous LED lights.
4008 Vosburg St., Sacramento 95826
The gingerbread-style theme includes gum drops and candy, Santa and Rudolf, a Nativity scene, snowmen, and illuminated presents under a Christmas tree.
5712 Nonnie Way Sacramento, CA
Turning off Madison Avenue, you will enter an Old Foothill Farms neighborhood, where a treat is to be found at 5712 Nonnie Avenue. In previous years, this home has had more than 10,000 lights, a 15-foot air balloon, an eight-foot train and a 15-foot Christmas tree.
3037 Sand Dollar Way Sacramento, CA 95821
It’s a Wonderful Christmas on Sand Dollar Way has an animated Christmas light show that has over 50,000 lights. In 2013, it had a rocket-powered sleigh and dancing circles join the cast of Snoopy, Rudolph and the Bumble, with the supporting cast of seals, polar bears, mice, penguins, deer and snowmen. For dates and times to see the light show, check the website.
279-299 Ainger Circle, Sacramento 95825
Multiple houses are decked out with various displays, including Nativity, fun characters, and music. Luminary display on Christmas Eve.
With so many light shows to choose from, which will you visit first?
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