Along with Turkey Day leftovers, comes some of the most dazzling and spectacular neighborhood light displays you’ve ever seen. Dancing lights? They’ve got ‘em. Santa meet and greets? Those too. So break out your Thermos, warm up some hot cocoa and slip into those Christmas jammies (for your Littles anyway). Then, flip through the gallery to find a delightful display in your ‘hood.

Keener Christmas

The Keener’s Christmas light display in Bothell is a north end favorite for oh-so many reasons. Located at 16504 112 Place, this traditional light display is put on with a whole lotta love (not to mention skill!) by Jeff Keener and his wife Candice. As you drive through the towering arch, you land in the middle of over 500,000 lights, for a truly magical effect. And if you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of Santa or even shake his hand as he passes out candy canes along the circular drive. The display, and all the hard work put into it, helps raise money for the Ben Towne Foundation, and also acts as a food drive for HopeLink, so bring your spare cans if you’ve got them. You’ll see the donation drop when you drive through the 15-foot high arch on the circular driveway.

Find them on Facebook.

photo: Keener Christmas Facebook page

  • Keener Christmas
  • Woodinville Wonderland
  • Menashe Family Lights
  • The Very Merry Christmas House
  • Olympic Manor Neighborhood Lights
  • Family Christmas Spectacular
  • Mountlake Terrace Light Display
  • Ravenna’s Candy Cane Lane
  • Wildlights & ZooLights
  • Garden d'Lights
  • Ivar’s Clam Lights
  • Downtown Seattle

Good to Know: Be sure to check out the Facebook pages of your favorite displays for progress reports, scheduling changes and amazing photos of what you’ll see. We’ve linked them up for you to make it easy!

Do you have a favorite light display to add? Tell others about it in the Comments below!

— Allison Sutcliffe