Where to find the Best Christmas Lights in Louisville!
Where to see the best Christmas Lights in Louisville? It’s free! Toyland Christmas offers a free Christmas lights display in Louisville that will impress everyone!
Looking for more Louisville holiday events beyond the best Christmas lights in Louisville?
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Toyland Christmas Display
This review is not from this year and some of the Toyland experience may have changed. We still think they the best Christmas lights in Louisville. According to their website, they are still up and running seven nights a week!********
(Estimated) Dates: November 24th – December 25th
No Papa Johns Night for 2022.
Blue’s Light Show (ENDED 2022, no show for 2023)
Other homes we have heard have fantastic lights
In Southern Indiana, check out 1715 Whittier Drive in Clarksville. The lights sing and dance to the songs. There are currently 11 songs. Tune your radio to 95.3 FM to hear the music. Thursday-Sunday. Thursday 5-9pm, Friday/Saturday 5-10pm, Sunday 5-10:30pm. Christmas week they will run the lights 5-10:30pm all week.
While over in Southern Indiana, be sure to go to New Albany to see the minion house. It has over 70 minions and lots of lights. It’s at 2032 Indiana Ave, New Albany, IN
Check out 13128 Willow Forest Drive – another good one we heard about on Facebook.
Also, the Windemere Subdivision in Hikes Point (Off Lowe Road) – many houses to see like the one below. Turn on Ashfield Lane to see many many homes with fantastic decorations.
Dennis Drive in Shepherdsville has one house that goes all out!
There’s a stretch of Zoneton Road (3600-4200 blocks of Zoneton Road) in Zoneton that’s looks awesome to visit. Maybe you can visit this before or after you check out Dennis Drive listed above!
There’s a house at the corner of Hayfield Way and US42 in Prospect that’s lights up big time for Christmas. You can get out and walk around the display in their yard! It is featured in the scavenger hunt photo below.
There is a house on Clay Street in Louisville that puts on a show set to music. From them: “Please enter Clay Street coming south from Oak Street, and park on the opposite side of the street for best viewing. Please do not stop in the middle of the street to watch the show, as it holds up the flow of traffic. There are small speakers set out for walk-ups that are normally shut off around 8PM, so please arrive before then. Please keep your car speakers at a reasonable volume so as not to disturb the neighborhood.”