Christmas Lights 2021


Are you planning to load your family up and go check out the areas Christmas lights?  Here are some great options: 

Woody Wonderland in Indian Springs
18 Forge Hill Place, The Woodlands
Holiday cheer with over over 55,000 lights.  Runs to Jan. 9.  Website.
Golden Place in Indian Springs
14 Golden Place, The Woodlands
"The Woodlands Christmas Tree Farm" is a sheer delight with over 70 indiviudal settings / displays! 


Edgemire in Cochran's Crossing (2018 Best Neighborhood)
39 Edgemire Place, The Woodlands
Edgemire in the neighborhood of Cochran's Green is a single cul-de-sac with lights you can drive under and individual home displays.

Wonderful World of Color in Cochran's Crossing (2020 Best Home)
trillium rev94 West Trillium Circle
Over 45,000 lights, custom display pieces.

Amber Sky Place - "Candyland" - in Cochran's Crossing
10 Amber Sky Place
Come check out the animated Christmas light show that include a playlist of Christmas classics! Facebook.


Creek Pines in Panther Creek
Tangle Brush Drive and Amara Court, The Woodlands
Windsail Lights in Panther Creek (2018 Best Home)
83 N. Windsail Place, The Woodlands 
Relocating to The Woodlands this year and rebuilding the show! Operates in December from dark until ~9:45PM. Tune in on your radio to hear 20,000+ lights dance to the music.  

Indian Clover in Panther Creek
Indian Clover Dr., west of Split Rock, The Woodlands
Christmas lights show and the story behind Christmas. Show repeats every 20 minutes from 6:00pm - 9:30pm, Mon - Thurs and 6:00pm - 11:00pm Friday and Saturday. Music on 89.3FM.

Falling Star Court - "Falling Star Lights" - in Panther Creek
30 Falling Star Court, The Woodlands
Approx. 15-minute show synchronized to music


Winterlyn (aka Summerlyn) in Alden Bridge (2018 Best Neighborhood)
Crisp Morning Circle, The Woodlands
Great neighborhood participation and a drive through lighted arches. 

Whoville in Alden Bridge
June Breeze Place, The Woodlands
This street in the Westwinds neighborhood comes to life every Christmas season with custom Whos, decorated yards, and lights over the streets. Facebook.

Bethany Bend in Alden Bridge (2018 Best Neighborhood)
Bethany Bend Drive, The Woodlands
One of the most festive neighborhoods in the area. Giant, uniquely decorated candy canes at each home line the streets in this subdivision. Enter at Bethany Bend Drive and go left or right to circle around on Bethany Bend Circle. Many of the homes on Redland Place inside the circle also participate.

Dodd Family Holidays in Harper's Landing
62 W. Knightsbridge Drive, The Woodlands
A musical, synchronized Christmas lights display with over 20,000 lights, 278 channels of computerized control and 50 sequenced songs and spots that are clearly broadcast on 95.1 FM, so you can listen from your car. Facebook.


Bacopa Bay in Creekside Park 
Spring Basket Trail, The Woodlands
Most of the street is lit up as well as a house with lights set to music.


Stone Fox Lights
29019 Stone Fox Drive, Spring  
An animated light display with radio broadcast in the Fox Run subdivision. Facebook.
Kelona Drive in Imperial Oaks 
2003 Kelona Dr., Spring
Santa and his reindeer and sleigh take flight on the roof of this Imperial Oaks home. Santa operates via a button near the Letters to Santa mailbox.
Schultz Holiday Lights -
9827 Rose Dawn, Spring
Animated light display from Thanksgiving Weekend until December 31 from 6:30-9:30pm Sunday through Thursday and at ending at 10:30pm on Friday and Saturday. FacebookWebsite


The Gullo Home 
30723 Old Hockley Rd., Magnolia
Tony Gullo, of Gullo auto dealerships, turns his home into a 5 acre Christmas wonderland every year. He even dresses up as Santa for the kids. From 1488, take a left on to Old Hockley Rd. to 30723 Old Hockley Rd. Mr. Gulllo''s home is on the right. 
Prestonwood Forest "Nite of Lights"

Near 249 and Cypresswood
Over 700 homes light up with the 41st annual "Nite of Lites" Event from December 12 through December 27. Visit website.


Gingerbread Village at City Place Plaza - Nov. 28 - Jan. 7, 2022

City Place Plaza, 1401 Lake Plaza Dr, Spring, TX 
Come experience City Place’s second annual Gingerbread Village where a trail of giant candy canes, lollipops, gumdrops, gingerbread men, and cookie trees, lead to a 16-foot high house and 12-foot tall windmill.
Visit website.

Festival of Lights at Woodlands Church - Nov. 27 - Dec. 19, 2021 

Experience the joy of the season with your family at the Festival of Lights at Woodlands Church! This free holiday experience includes a walkthrough light display show, music, carolers and a family-friendly live performance for all ages. Enjoy warm cocoa and cider as you make lasting family memories with us at the Festival of Lights this holiday season at Woodlands Church. Free to the public. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 6:30pm - 8:30pm.  Also Dec. 20 & 21: 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Live Christmas Kids shows at 7pm and 8pm each opening night. NOTE: The Festival of Lights will also be open Dec. 22nd – 24th before and after Christmas Eve services at Woodlands Church. Visit website.

Trail of Lights @ Tomball UMC - Dec. 4 - 18, 2021

Tomball United Methodist Church, 1603 Baker Dr, Tomball

FREE FAMILY EVENT! Open to the Public! Bring your family and friends and enjoy walking through the trail together, seeing Santa, while making family memories that will last a life time!
Three weekends in December:
December 3rd & 4th
December 10th & 11th
December 17th & 18th
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Visit website. 

Market Street in Lights - through December 31, 2021

Market Street Central Park, 9595 Six Pines Dr,  5:30pm - 9:30pm 
Experience Market Street in Lights! With a flip of a switch, thousands of lights on a 70-foot-tall Christmas tree illuminate this popular shopping and dining area, greeting you with a three-minute light show synchronized to your favorite holiday songs. The synchronized light and musical display will dazzle as it “performs” daily every hour on the half-hour, beginning at 5:30 p.m. through 9:30 p.m. 


Merry Christmas From The Home Sweet Home Group!

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