With over 20,000 computerized dancing Christmas lights and counting. This is sure to be a house you want to put on your list to stop by. Take time to tune into St. Nik's 106fm while your here to listen to all the Christmas songs of today and yesterday. Plus some fun songs for good measure. A whimsical treat for the children that they will be talking about for years. Located in Georgetown, Texas a short drive from anywhere in central Texas. One of the most unique Christmas holiday displays in central Texas. Don't forget to stop by at Halloween to see a full graveyard with ghosts and goblins. A singing pumpkin trio will delight you with their harmonizing and amusing songs. They are sure to be talked about on the drive home. Wave to Evita our resident ghost that haunts this home. There are various creatures in the night that will catch your eye hopefully before they catch you. Dont be too freightned for there is a 14 foot tall Grim Ripper to watch over you during your visit. Halloween display runs from middle of October till November 1st every year. Then it is time to start hanging Christmas lights all over again. With over 20,000 lights it takes some time and patience to get them all put up. Check our website www.GeorgetownHolidays.com
for more information about our Georgetown Holiday display.
Added on Apr 28, 2010
by Georgetown Holidays
Georgetownholidays has 20,000 Christmas lights with 15 years of experience from November 22 to January 4 between 5:00pm and 10:00pm.
When to See It
On at 5:00pm
Off at 10:00pm
Starting on November 22
Ending on January 4
Started in 2001
Either we were completely in the wrong area, their lights weren't up yet, or it had 250 lights and 2 inflatables. Luckily, we live in the area, but it was certainly even then not worth the drive.
If this is an actual display, I suggest adding an address to make sure people are in the right area. As it stands, we were guessing based on the map and zooming in so it is possible that we were in the wrong area altogether.
This has to be one of the best houses I have seen in Georgetown. The music sync was hilarious! Very creative, my favorite part was the beautiful 12/14 foot Christmas tree that lights up. I think the previous comment missed the house, there are WAY more lights than 250. We saw the lights up the day after Thanksgiving. Great job guys!
I know this website is about christmas lights but this place had an awesome halloween scene. It was like a haunted house in front of their house. I was walking by and a vampire thing jumped up at me but it was like one of those machines they have in a haunted house. They had these singing pumpkins that also danced. Its hard to explain but if you get a chance go by there and see it.
We have since moved away from Georgetown to Jarrell, Texas. We are working on revamping our show. We can't wait to share our new ideas and spread holiday cheer with you again.