As school gets out and guests descend, what ever do you do with bored children and out-of-town guests? How about taking to the many different light shows around town? Who doesn’t love to pile in the car and drive around seeing how imaginative people can be with their decorations. Check out these larger than life light displays, but don’t forget to just drive around your neighborhood and see what all your neighbors have done!
We have an actual drive-thru Santa house – featuring Santa himself, giving away candy canes and taking Christmas wish lists. With 350+ pieces of Christmas scenery – the Christmas Train, and even a Dancing Snowman! There’s something new for everyone to see. MORE live animals, a drive thru Nativity Scene, and new LED displays. Don’t forget to bring your letter to Santa; we have a special mailbox just for him. Drive-thru our light tunnel with over 90 arches and synchronized lights!
Over one million Christmas Lights are on display in the city of Clarksville’s festival of lights at McGregor Park. The Montgomery County Park’s RiverWalk is decorated with several holiday light displays, including giant toy soldiers, animated toys, and a tunnel of lights. Every Year, this event attracts over 10,000 people. No Admission Charge.
With four shows in three states, the Shadrack Christmas Wonderland shows have gotten national media attention, and won a series of awards for their inventiveness and elaborate choreography.— Forbes Magazine
Saturdays at 11:00 am and 2:30 pm, Sundays at 1:30 pm. Get in the holiday spirit with a fun, family laser show in the Sudekum Planetarium. Laser Holidays features brilliant laser animation and thousands of stars performing to the music of Lonnie Anderson, Burl Ives, Bing Crosby, Randy Travis, Mariah Carey, and others in this fanciful celebration of the winter season.
Welcome to Franklin Christmas! Lights on Old Charlotte is Located in Franklin, Tennessee. 2012 will be our seventh year of doing a computerized Christmas display. We will hopefully have 65,000 Lights, 144 Channels of Light-O-Rama Computer Control, and 21 Channels of DMX Control. The show is broadcasted over a Low-Power FM Transmitter that can be heard on 89.9FM. We are located on Old Charlotte Pike in Franklin, TN and our show runs Thanksgiving day through Christmas Day. The show runs from 4:30-10:30pm daily (May be disabled in the event of inclement weather).
This impressive Franklin light show began in 2008 and has entertained locals every year since. The Lipton Light show, which offers thousands of lights, is choreographed to music and broadcast on a local FM radio channel so you can watch and listen to the synchronized show right from your car.