One of the best things about the holidays is driving around and seeing all the beautiful holiday decorations lighting up the night.
But where are the best holiday lights displays located in Indiana? Below is a list of a few that often receive top nods, but please submit your favorites in the comments!
Brown County Christmas
The shops of the village of Nashville show their holiday spirit with a month filled with festivities.
Christmas at the Indianapolis Zoo
See the twinkling lights – and animals too – from the holiday train ride, and don’t miss the All A-Glow Light Show.
Circle of Lights Festival, Indianapolis
An annual event since 1962 held the day after Thanksgiving, more than 100,000 visitors come to see the switch thrown to light up Indy’s famous Monument Circle.
Festival of Trees, Fort Wayne
This annual holiday tradition also serves as a fundraiser for Fort Wayne’s historic Embassy Theatre, with a weekend filled with Christmas activities.
Oaklawn Acres, Rossville
Known for their annual Christmas lights displays, Oaklawn Acres is open from Thanksgiving night through December 31, with a special visit from Santa the weekend after Thanksgiving.
This free computerized Christmas light show set to music is in its fifth year and features visits with Santa, refreshments and more on top of 100,000 synchronized lights. The display also contains a large veterans memorial with more than 50 flags, silhouettes and 70 crosses which bear the names of veterans from north-central Indiana who died in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam.
Old Fashioned Christmas Festival
The Historic Richmond Depot District glows with lights and luminaries every Tuesday from the last week of November through the week before Christmas.