Where are the best Christmas lights in Orlando? We’ve made a list of a couple that we have visited through the years. If you know of more, please send an email to [email protected]
Address: Jeater Bend in Celebration: One neighborhood in Celebration, Florida is really upping their Christmas light game by getting an entire street of 11 homes involved in a synchronized light show. The street, Jeater Bend, was featured on The Great Christmas Light Fight this year.
Address: 14645 Grand Cove Dr, Orlando, Florida (Hunter’s Creek): This amazing display is called Christmas in Shire and they have their own Facebook page. This one is a “must see”!
Address: 4241 N. Econlockhatchee Trail: This one is so big they have their own Facebook page called Cross Christmas.
Address: 1642 Sunburst Way, Kissimmee: With its own website (christmaswonders.com) and a place on a 2009 national top five list of holiday light displays from Reader’s Digest, the home of Ron Lister is a must-see for Kissimmee Christmas nuts.
Address: 4564 New Broad Street. (Baldwin Park): There are quite a few Christmas light displays in Baldwin Park, but this is one of the best. They have around 40,000 lights. Santa Claus, his sleigh, and reindeer are on the roof with Elmo, Frosty the Snowman, and Mickey Mouse down below. Every year they use the display to raise money for a local charity and match all donations 100%.
Address: 3302 and 3307 Smu Blvd., Orlando, two neighbors have gotten together to create an amazing display off Lake Irma
Address: 14118 Winterset Drive, Orlando, roughly 55,000 lights all blink to music, and the display is filled with playful touches such as a bubble machine and a pair of animated snowball fights between Santa and a snowman.
Address: 5651 Garden Grove Circle, Winter Park: Off of Howell Branch Road and Tangerine, subdivision on left, fantastic every year. The whole block participates in this amazing display.
Address: 5584 Garden Grove Circle, Winter Park: You can hit this one when you go to the other one on the same street. This one has Christmas village display in the garage and it snows in the drive
Address: 2015 Taylor Road, Winter Park, off Howell Branch Road and west of Semoran Boulevard.
Address: 5044 Lake Howell Road, Winter Park, off Aloma Avenue and east of Lakemont Avenue.
Address: 455 Lakefront Blvd., Winter Park, the back porch on the shores of Lake Killarney is decked out, along with an 8-by-4-foot backlit American flag, a 15-foot tree
Address: 641 Lemonwood Court, Spring Oaks in Altamonte Springs, off Montgomery Road and north of State Road 436.
Address: 5014 Greenbriar Trail, Mount Dora, off U.S. Highway 441 and north of Wolf Branch Road.
Address: 5248 Abelia Drive, Hidden Springs subdivision in Dr. Phillips, off Dr. Phillips Boulevard and south of Conroy Road
Address: 9800 Old Patina Way, Orlando (Lake Nona area), the show premiers Thanksgiving evening, November 28th, and runs nightly through Christmas. What a way to kick off the Christmas season!
Address: 5105 Bellthorn Drive, Orlando, located in the Westshire neighborhood of Hunter’s Creek. Come see the largest, private holiday display in Orlando! Voted one of the top displays by local event guides, this FREE event has a huge display with over 111 trees (including 40+ individually themed trees), thousands and thousands of lights, and huge fun for fans of Christmas!
Light Up the Wild at Moss Park, 12/19 – 12/23, 6p – 9p nightly: Experience the wonders of the season up close as you journey through the twinkling displays that thrill young and old! Event is open nightly through the weekend and once inside you can drive through the lights as many times as you like. Tune your car radio to our special holiday station and sing along under the lights. Stay awhile and take your family holiday photo aboard Santa’s souped-up sleigh boat! Cost is $5 per car.
If you are looking for other holiday events in Orlando, please see our Holiday Guide.
5584 garden grove circle has an awesome Christmas village display in the garage and it snows in the drive way
At Starwood now. Nothing here…
Thanks for the heads up. They have had a Christmas light display for 20+ years so not sure what happened this year.
Light up the Park at Moss Park was not open. Several cars tried going and all turned around. If it wasn’t for the house on Winterset then it would’ve been a wasted trip from Altamonte Springs.