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Seattle's Best Holiday & Christmas Light Spots

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A little while back we told you about Seattle's very best neighborhoods for checking out the holiday light displays. Now that we're mere days away from Christmas, we need to step it up a notch. You're interested in looking at bright, flashing, holiday-themed light displays, but you're not sure where to find said bright, flashing, holiday-themed light displays. Well let's remedy that...

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Olympic Manor

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The Olympic Manor neighborhood encourages its homeowners to decorate their homes for Christmas each year. Start at Northwest 85th Street and follow the lights.

Woodland Park Zoo

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WildLights is the winter lights festival held annually at the zoo. It features wild animals and wild places recreated in wonderful LED lights.

Green Lake

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Check out 30,000 synchronized lights that move and dance to the music. Daily until 11pm

Candy Cane Lane

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Since the 1940's, this free light display is put on by the neighbors of Park Road and Ravenna Boulevard.

Kerry Park

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The best viewpoint for Christmas light views of the city as well as the lit-up Space Needle.

Helmstetler Family Christmas Spectacular

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Through New Year's Eve, check out this amazing light display that's become a West Seattle tradition.

Garden D'Lights

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Featuring over half a million lights inside Bellevue Botanical Garden, transforming it into a winter wonderland.

Keener's Christmas

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Jeff Keener puts up over 100,000 lights to create magical holiday displays.

Woodinville Light Festival

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This Christmas Display features animated lights that dance to music, located in a wonderful rural setting.

Olympic Manor

The Olympic Manor neighborhood encourages its homeowners to decorate their homes for Christmas each year. Start at Northwest 85th Street and follow the lights.

Woodland Park Zoo

WildLights is the winter lights festival held annually at the zoo. It features wild animals and wild places recreated in wonderful LED lights.

Green Lake

Check out 30,000 synchronized lights that move and dance to the music. Daily until 11pm

Candy Cane Lane

Since the 1940's, this free light display is put on by the neighbors of Park Road and Ravenna Boulevard.

Kerry Park

The best viewpoint for Christmas light views of the city as well as the lit-up Space Needle.

Helmstetler Family Christmas Spectacular

Through New Year's Eve, check out this amazing light display that's become a West Seattle tradition.

Garden D'Lights

Featuring over half a million lights inside Bellevue Botanical Garden, transforming it into a winter wonderland.

Keener's Christmas

Jeff Keener puts up over 100,000 lights to create magical holiday displays.

Woodinville Light Festival

This Christmas Display features animated lights that dance to music, located in a wonderful rural setting.