Knoxville Christmas Lights Displays -The Must Sees!
It’s that time of year again! Santa, hot chocolate, Christmas tunes, and of course, Knoxville Christmas lights! It is one of our favorite holiday traditions and this year, Knoxville has the best of the best! Gather up the kiddos, brew some coffee and hot chocolate, put on the holiday tunes and head out for a night of magic! Here are our top 2018 picks:
Boyd Family Christmas Light Show
It’s time to rock and it’s time to roll at the Boyd Family Christmas Light Show! This spectacular light display started as a tribute to Ron Boyd’s mother who passed away in 2011. Since then, the whole family works hard to get the display up and running ensuring it is perfectly synced to the music. This is definitely a must-see Knoxville Christmas lights display for the whole family!
No Christmas season is complete without a trip to Downtown Knoxville for the Peppermint Trail. “You’ll also find storefronts, windows, doors, and patios decked in decorations to add to the over 100,000+ lights and garland draped throughout downtown’s trees and parks.” What we love most about the Peppermint Trail? You get to see the lights plus treat yourself to all the peppermint goodies your heart desires!
Maryville Christmas Lights
Celebrate the season at this Knoxville Christmas lights staple. Catch it on the right now and there are free cookies and hot chocolate, but most importantly don’t forget to bring a canned donation and read the rules before you head out. Wear your comfy shoes and warm clothes! For more details, click here.
And if you need help moving all of those Christmas decorations from one house to the next, let us know! We can’t guarantee Santa will show up to help you, but we can guarantee excellent customer service! Schedule your FREE in-home estimate today!
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