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Westchester’s Best Christmas Lights Tours and Displays 2017

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There are several spectacular Christmas Light displays and tours in Westchester County we just can’t get over at our Westchester Limo Service. We have collected some of the most spectacular light displays across the Westchester area that you and your family are sure to enjoy.

Tour the House at 155 Vaneck Drive

This house is amazing - the front yard features numerous illuminated toy soldiers and from here you can spot a huge Santa relaxing on the roof amongst thousands of twinkling Christmas lights. At the front door, there is a hot air balloon with reindeer hanging from both sides and we can only assume this was Santa’s ride before he crash landed on the roof. Another amazing scene at the house is the artic wonderland that features inanimate polar bears, snowmen, and penguins and on the right side of the house you will find Santa's workshop, which surprisingly features characters from Sesame Street. Everyone loves Santa, right?

ERDAJT Holiday Light Display

Not exactly in Westchester, but it is definitely worth mentioning. The ERDAJT Holiday Light Display is a magnificent light display located in nearby Dutchness County on Patrick Drive. ERDAJT is a charitable display that raised over $270,000 in 2016. The initials in the name stand for Emily Raejean, Daniel Arthur, and John Timothy who are the adopted children of the organizers.

Believe it or not, this light display has been around since 1995 and despite its unconventional name, the display has won multiple awards in the Guinness World Book of Records for the most number of lights on residential property. Last year, the display featured over 500,000 lights all synchronized to over 200 Christmas carols that you can listen to on frequency 95.3 in your car as you circle the display. Be careful, however, most people love to leave their cars to admire the lights so watch out for pedestrians.

North Kensico Christmas Light Show

The North Kensico Christmas Light Show is one of the most elaborate houses out of the four homes designated to Christmas Light Displays in White Plains. Together these houses create a synchronized Christmas display that is super fun for everyone, but especially enjoyable for the kids. Different colored lights spiral the main house to give it a gingerbread man look, which is pretty impressive. You can tune in to 107.7 FM for some magical Christmas tunes that are sure to boost your holiday spirit. The owners are super-friendly and hospitable, and they have even created a website with details of the event, including playlists and history of the display. Explore this display every day in the month of December from 5 to 11pm; the final day of the display will be 2nd January 2018.

Posted on Nov 28 2017

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