9537 Herpel Lane, St. Louis MO. 63123

Updated: a day ago

A Magical Winter Wonderland!


I love pulling up to a house and discovering something new in their lights.

This house had two surprises... the Moravian stars and the Puzzle lights!


A Moravian star is an illuminated Advent, Christmas, or Epiphany decoration popular in Germany and in places in America and Europe where there are Moravian congregations. The stars take their English name from the Moravian Church, originating in Moravia. In Germany, they are known as Herrnhut stars, named after the Moravian Mother Community in Saxony, Germany, where they were first commercially produced.


Lots and lots of Christmas trees cover this large lot. Too many to count!

Cute inflatables are scattered around the yard, each with their own scene and placement.


Just GO!


To Contact HOLIDAY LIGHT HOPPING:
Check the FAQ’s below, you might find your answer.

314-913-1575

St. Louis Missouri

holidaylighthopping@gmail.com