Between 5:00 and 9:00 PM from December 14 through 25, these properties will light up their neighborhoods with creative holiday spirit for all to see! All of these displays can be viewed from the comfort of your vehicle but visitors may stop at Grandma’s Magical Gingerbread House to see what’s inside. Please be patient and courteous to everyone out on the roads and maintain social distancing measures where necessary.
Click on the map to view the full version in Google maps. The list of addresses can also be downloaded ahead of time.
Stop by one of these local shops while cruising around town:
*As of this posting, these businesses should be open during the display times, but double check before stopping by.
Grandma’s Magical Gingerbread House – Located at 4447 Columbia Road, feel free to stop in and grab a coloring sheet and fresh baked cookie! If you need a toy, take a toy. If you have a toy, leave a toy. To learn more about this wonderful example of the true meaning of the season, check out their Facebook page!
Mobile Ugly Sweater Party – Get the most out of your ugly holiday sweaters and matching family PJs by wearing them for your trip!
Car Karaoke – Who can resist singing along to the classics?
Scavenger Hunt – See how many you can find!
Holiday Trivia – See who knows the most and come up with a fun prize for the winner! Click here to see the answers, but no cheating!
Would You Rather? Check out the list of silly questions sure to make everyone laugh!
Try out some of these ideas at home:
Draw a picture of your favorite display.
Recreate Grandma’s Magical Gingerbread House. Use graham crackers, icing and other supplies to bring the holiday display to life.
Crafts – There are tons of possibilities, such as salt dough or popsicle stick ornaments and holiday slime. See what materials you have on hand and let your creativity shine!
We asked our cheery residents what they enjoy most about the holidays.