Frequently Asked Questions
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Where do I get tickets?
There are NO tickets, it’s a self-guided FREE tour that YOU drive.
How much does it cost?
Nothing, it’s FREE, unless you buy the ROUTES for $3.99. This helps cover the cost of web hosting.
Do we install lights?
No. We show you where the best lights can be found.
Is there a list of contest winners?
We have never, and will never, hold a contest. We don’t believe that holiday lights should be a contest, just enjoy the lights.
What street are the lights on?
I submitted my house but I don't see it on the list.
Submitting a house doesn’t necessarily mean it will make the list. If the house is lit up, but the yard is dark, or vice versa, we won’t be impressed. Major displays of lights, with that Clark Griswold glow are what we want to see, or something totally different.
Do we give tours?
No. The tours are self-guided, at your leisure.
How long does it take?
That’s up to you. Most lights come on around 5 PM, and are turned off around 11 PM on weekends, earlier during the week.
What is this site?
It’s a place where you can find the best lit houses for Halloween and Christmas, locate one you’ve never seen before, see photos, find out details, and get the address.
How do I get my house on this site?
Use the SUBMIT A HOUSE page.
Who is behind this website?
One person with an idea. I do not have a staff, or a corporate sponsor. I drive to the houses, take all the photos, edit the photos, and then write the posts. Keep the website maintained. Answer the emails, try to do troubleshooting with each of you when something isn’t working. Create the routes. Update the map. Do all the social media and public relations. My sister volunteers to keep the mailing list of home decorators updated. I walk the dog, and try to have a hot meal before my husband and I leave to see lights as the sun goes down. A few of the home owners have taken out ads on the website to help me out.