A Guide to Holiday Lights in Southern Idaho
It's that time of year when everyone wants to spread Christmas cheer. To help celebrate the season, we've made a list of all the awesome light displays around southern Idaho and some just a bit further out of the area. If you don't see your lighting display listed, or want to let people know how awesome your display is, send an email with the details and a photo of your display to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Winter Garden Aglow: Located at the Botanical Gardens in Boise
-Indian Creek Park: Caldwell really lights up their creekside, with more than one-million LED Christmas lights in their display.
-Idaho Falls Zoo: They'll be having special events through the holiday season. You can check them out here.
-The Village: The shopping center has a small ice rink and also has a fountain display with water that dances to the holiday music.
-Scentsy Commons: This display has a giant tunnel you can walk through and is free to the public.
-Ogden Christmas Village: Nearly 3/4 of a million lights are used in this display if you make the drive.
-Rupert Square: The area is being called "Christmas City" for the holiday debut.
-Christmas in the Nighttime Sky: It's one night only on November 29, but it's definitely worth going to.
-The Candy Cane House: Located on the intersection of Filer Ave. and Polk Street.
-Corner of Bracken and Filer Ave.: This home definitely has the holiday spirit.
-Festival of Lights: Downtown Twin Falls
-Orton Botanical Gardens: Open nightly from 6-10 p.m.