The Holidays bring so many wonderful things to do with your spouse, family and/or friends including checking out local light shows. Several homes and neighborhoods in the area put on light display shows for FREE. Drive by, tune in on your radio and enjoy the holiday light shows without having to get out of your car! Donations to local charities may be accepted.
Ashebrooke Night of Lights Cumming
Every night in December their homes are lit to showcase the joy and wonder of the season.
It is not a “light show” – just 300+ homes lit up to varying degrees for the holiday season. However, yes there are a few homes with music to accompany their lights. ** Check their website for more information.
December 20 is the Ashbrooke Night of Lights for charity. For one night during the holidays, our neighborhood comes together and lights luminaries throughout the subdivision in support of a good cause. The tradition of luminaries comes from Mexico and is a beautiful way to celebrate the season, in addition to the amazing holiday lights many of our neighbors put up each year.
The neighborhood adopted this tradition in 2006 as a way for us to help a young girl and her family in the community. She had a rare eye cancer called bilateral retinoblastoma which was attacking her second eye, and required frequent trips to Philadelphia for treatment.
To our delight, the tradition lives on each year as lives are positively impacted for a greater purpose.
5005 Luke Drive Cumming, GA 30040 Nearest intersection: Kelly Mill Road and Bethleview
Beautiful light display along the road to Emory Hospital Johns Creek. You can start at either end of Hospital Drive, but you will want to turn around and come back, as there are lights on both sides of the road, which has a wide median with trees and other obstructions.
6325 Hospital Parkway Johns Creek, GA 30097
Hillbrooke Neighborhood Johns Creek
Holly Springs Light Show First Baptist Church Holly Springs
A custom mix by DJ Griswold debuts tonight in the light show starting at 9:00 (9:00, 9:30, 10:00, and 10:30 shows). It is the 2nd to last song played during the show. At this time they plan on only running this song in the playlist starting at 9:00. The story of the Christmas Monkey is only in shows between 6:00 – 9:00. Merry Christmas! Dim your lights and tune your radio to 103.7 FM. Please say thank you by donating and supporting our causes. 2632 Holly Springs Pkwy, Holly Springs, GA 30142
McMinn House Alpharetta
Beautiful light display at this house in Lake Windward Community, Alpharetta. New displays this season.
465 Newport Heights Alpharetta, GA 30005
Pierce Lights Alpharetta
The 2020 Christmas show will run from Thanksgiving night through January 5th, 2021.
You’ll find this family-friendly Christmas Light show in a small neighborhood just 1/2 mile from the Alpharetta City Center. Drive up and tune your radio to 89.7 FM and enjoy over 35,000 lights animated to music.
Christmas show will run nightly from 6:00 PM until 11:00 PM from Thanksgiving night through January 5th 2020. Address: 370 Oak Terrace, Alpharetta, 30009. (Just 1/2 mile from City Center off Academy Street
Not confirmed for 2020. Santa’s Village – A collection of lights, animated characters, trains and Christmas characters for you and your children to enjoy.
It is open nightly from 6PM – 9PM, thru New Year’s Eve.
The display includes 8 display settings, each one with a Christmas scene. The garage display is like a picture out of a Norman Rockwell calendar and will bring back memories of Christmas past.
On Friday thru Sunday evenings, and holiday periods, from 6-9PM, weather permitting, we also provide train rides in the neighborhood.
Santa’s Village is located on the right side – with the displays located in the display trailer and the garage. Please feel free to get out of your car and walk down the driveway to enjoy.
The cost is free, but donations are graciously accepted, with all going to purchase Toys for Tots.
We hope to see you and that you enjoy your visit. We even have heaters on colder evenings.
Located at 405 Waverly Hall Drive, it can be reached from the intersection of Woodstock Road (Hwy 92) and Bowen Road. Corner landmarks are Target and CVS Pharmacy. Head south one block and turn right on Waverly Hall Drive and go about six-tenths of a mile to 405.
Santa’s Village is located on the right side – with the displays located in the display trailer and the garage. Located at 405 Waverly Hall Drive, it can be reached from the intersection of Woodstock Road (Hwy 92) and Bowen Road. Corner landmarks are Target and CVS Pharmacy. Head south one block and turn right on Waverly Hall Drive and go about six-tenths of a mile to 405.
Feel free to visit and walk down the driveway to view the display!! On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, the Jakobsen’s provide train rides to their visitors as well!! Donations are graciously appreciated, and are used to purchase toys for Toys for Tots!
405 Waverly Hall Drive Roswell, GA 30075: Hwy 92 to Bowen Road – South on Bowen one block – Take Waverly Hall about 1/2 mile
Traugatt Holiday Lights Alpharetta
Dec 4 – Dec 27. The show is located at, 4220 Tivoli Way, Alpharetta, GA 30004. Christmas in Castille is a FREE animated Christmas light display showing more than 57,000 lights synchronized to music in Alpharetta GA.
Weather permitting, the show runs from Dec 4th – Dec 27th between 6pm – 9pm on Thursday – Saturday. The neighborhood is gated so when the gates close for the night, the show ends. When you drive up, tune your radio to 89.9FM. Please check the Facebook page for inclement weather updates.
Holiday Lights at the Brook Run Park playground in #Dunwoody will shine every night through December 28. Thanks to everyone who turned out for the official flipping of the switch by Mayor Lynn Deutsch and City Council on Saturday.
Lights of Joy Kennessaw
Sunday, November 29 through Sunday, January 3
6 pm until 11:00 pm FREE
Live Trombone Concert: Dec 26 and 27 at 7:30 pm
The most prominent feature of the display is the lighting of the landscape. There are over 226 trees with lights in them. The trunks of the pine trees are wrapped in colored lights and the hardwood trees are filled with white lights. One tree has over 20,000 lights in it and there are three additional trees with approximately 15,000 lights each. There are 5 musical trees.
The five musical trees are synchronized to Christmas music. 99.1 FM
Their house is synchronized to music and other sections of the yard are also synchronized to music.
Their frontage on the road is approximately 700 feet long so they have a landscaped and lighted area the entire length.
60 Holly bushes have been shaped into Christmas trees across the front and are all lighted. These contain about 130,000 lights. They have many figures featuring Santa in a helicopter, Santa on a tractor, Santa on a golf cart and many other characters.
Don’t Miss the Inside Circle! It’s the BEST Part!
Park at Influencers Church and walk around the inside circle any night the lights are on.
Amazing holiday light shows in the Atlanta area for an entrance fee include:
Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, enjoy a dazzling and exciting holiday season at Stone Mountain Park. A family-favorite tradition, Stone Mountain Christmas is Atlanta’s most heartwarming celebration filled with festive music, millions of dazzling lights, captivating shows and visits with popular holiday characters.
New this year, celebrate the spirit of the season with a special viewing of a Christmas Lasershow. Wander through the Musical Frosted Forest surrounded by beautiful lights, sights and sounds. Marvel at the Enchanted Tree Lighting Ceremony and catch the exciting new Snow Angel’s Christmas Parade on the laser lawn! The all-new parade features whimsical floats and a cast of holiday performers for families to enjoy, and more.
Garden Lights, Holiday Nights tickets go on sale October 1! Celebrate the 10th year Anniversary! This year’s show, through January 16, will provide a far more intimate experience than in years past with plenty of “room to glow”. That’s because in an effort to promote social distancing during the pandemic, nightly guest capacity will be significantly limited with all timed tickets available only online. Visitors to what’s traditionally an extremely popular event will be able to spread out among the Garden’s 33 acres for what could be their most enjoyable experience ever at Garden Lights, Holiday Nights.
Look for all new colors – emphasizing purple, green and aqua – as the Garden purchases new LED lights every three years.
Check out your favorite giant plant sculptures from the current exhibition, Alice’s Wonderland Reimagined costumed in lights instead of annuals, such as the Red Queen, the White Rabbit and the Phoenix.
Don’t miss Ice Goddess’s new locks. Her chilly blues, silvers and whites have been warmed up in a nod to spring and the promise of hope.
Enjoy a new soundtrack at Nature’s Wonders, the vertical, musical light display descending over the Canopy Walk. Depictions of volcanic eruptions, summer thunderstorms and tranquil sunrises are choreographed with nostalgic classics.
Lights, Camera, Smile: From their first step into Pemberton Place, guests are transported into a holiday spectacle as they walk through a 28-foot-tall ornament of lights. The glittering lights and giant ornaments dotting the lawn set the scene for the rest of the experience that continues inside.