Visit the Best Places for Christmas Lights in Houston (Part Two)
Driving around to see Christmas lights is a favorite holiday ritual for people of all ages. But why not make sure everyone enjoys the ride? Improve your tradition by renting a limo or party van for the night, and pile in all your friends and family to see the lights. Your holiday jaunt could include hot cocoa, spiced cider or any other favorite seasonal drink. And of course, there will be Christmas music on the radio!
Here is the second half of our recommendations for neighborhoods with the best Christmas lights in the greater Houston area.
Read the first part here.
Christmas Katy — Celebrating 10 years of synchronized Christmas lighting, this residence features 53,000+ LED lights, a 32 ft. tree, 10 ft. Nutcrackers, and 16 songs broadcast via 89.9 FM. Along with the house located at 24603 Stoughton Court, off I-10 and Pin Oak, the neighbors also decorate, so it’s a beautiful street.
Pecan Grove (Richmond) — Plantation Drive is the main thoroughfare through this Fort Bend neighborhood filled with traditional, beautiful displays, but also check out Morton League, Austin Colony and Quarterpath. You may also find tractor-pulled and truck-pulled hay rides with hot chocolate for your community tour.
Green Tee Subdivision (Pearland) — Here’s one neighborhood worthy of a drive to see beautiful lights and Christmas displays. Dozens of homes participate, and the community often hosts a 6-8 mile bike ride or hay ride.
Magnolia Creek (League City) — This neighborhood features a ton of lights and an overall festive feel as many of the residents really get into the spirit of the season.
Moss Lights (League City) — The Moss family took a break last year, but 2017 is back and powered by over 80,000 lights backed by 26 separate breakers. The 21-minute show used regular, 100% incandescent Christmas lights with music via 107.1 FM.
Bufkin Christmas Wonderland (Pasadena) — Visiting the home of Roy and Sherry Bufkin has become a Pasadena tradition for many area families — it actually hit a record year of nearly 24,000 visitors last year. Located at 2731 Lilac, the property features more than 165,000 Christmas lights, a miniature train track and a Christmas village
Edwards Family Lights (Scarsdale area) — This house has it all in a 40-minute show: 45,000+ lights, a 20 ft. tree, a 6 ft. Bethlehem star, 30 arches and 24 giant snowflakes. The family selects a different charity each year for visitors who wish to make a donation. The home is close to I-45 and Scarsdale at 10014 Citruswood.