The property was built in 1994, and the decoration has been lit just about every year since. I've spoken to a couple of people that remember seeing it lit for the first time more than a quarter of a century ago.
The Twin Falls Candy Cane House continues its tradition again this year. The Christmas light display is one of the most magical in the area. It also takes the owner of the home weeks to get the display fully operational.
Christmas in the Nighttime Sky returns on Black Friday. We couldn't be more excited about the event. If you plan on going and maybe you have never been before, here is everything you need to know about Christmas in the Nighttime Sky. It is an event you aren't going to want to miss.
The Candy Cane House is a staple Christmas light tradition in the area. People come from all over the area to see the display because the owner of the home Mitch Silvester always goes over the top with his display. He makes lights flash in rhythm to songs and it is glorious.
The Orton Botanical Gardens are a Christmas light staple. They go all out for a wonderful display every single year. You can go walk through the garden every evening from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. through New Years.
You can map out your Christmas light display viewing thanks to this handy dandy Magic Valley Christmas Light display Map. If you have an impressive Christmas light display yourself, you can even add your home to the must stop list on the map.
A giant chunk of central Idaho with a dazzling night sky has become the nation's first International Dark Sky Reserve. The International Dark-Sky Association late Monday designated the 1,400-square-mile reserve.