PHOENIX, AZ-(3TV/CBS5) - It is the most wonderful time of the year and that means neighborhood holiday light displays. Here are some of the best and brightest light displays around the Phoenix area and other places. The best part is these are all free of charge and family friendly. If you have a dazzling light display in your neighborhood, we would love to hear about it!

"Christmas Lee" and his Arcadia display

Families are so excited that "Christmas Lee" and his Arcadia Christmas home is back! Last year, they went dark after the City of Phoenix told him he couldn't sell hot chocolate (and ornaments) to help offset the electric bill.

This year the city compromised and told him he can take donations for the hot the light switch was flipped back on! The display will be up until the new year.


4415 E Calle Tuberia

Phoenix, AZ

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Moon Valley Dancing Santas

Dancing Santas

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For the last six years now, in a neighborhood near Central Avenue and Thunderbird Road a local family has donned its red Santa suits to shake its booties. The Wagner family says the neighborhood already had a tradition of families parading through to check out holiday light displays and when they set up their own display, one thing led to another.

The exact address is 578 W. Tam Oshanter Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85023

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Candy Cane Lane

Candy Cane Lane

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This is the 11th anniversary of Candy Cane Lane. This display is a previous winner of the Moon Valley 12 Homes of Christmas decorating contest. The exact address is 618 W Moon Valley Drive, Phoenix, Arizona and candy canes are given out at 9 p.m. every night!

Christmas on Comstock

An amazing display located near Elliot and Higley roads benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation and has even won ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight for the most impressive holiday light display across the nation. This display runs through Dec. 30. For hours and traffic flow map, check them out on Facebook.

Natal Circle Holiday Lights

Situated on a cul-de-sac on Natal Circle just east of Cherry in Mesa, Arizona, this neighborhood display includes 14 homes decked out in hundreds of thousands of lights and backyard nativity scenes. This amazing display goes until Christmas Eve from dusk until around 9:30 p.m. The exact address 654 W. Natal Circle, Mesa, Arizona 85210.

Christmas on Milky Way

Christmas on Milky Way

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With over 100,000 computer animated Christmas lights set to music, this house is simply dazzling. The exact address is 4606 W. Milky Way, Chandler, Arizona 85226. The display can be seen nightly from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. and runs through Jan. 1. Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Santa’s Runway Lights

Santa’s Runway Lights

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Even though it’s one townhouse, this display is quite impressive! Located at 2329 N. Recker Road, Mesa, Arizona 85215, this stunning display includes snow, 50,000 lights and lots of figurines.

56th Street Holiday House

This incredible house is located at 56th Street and Michelle Drive and they go all out every year for the holidays! Most weekends they have a stand where spectators can buy hot cocoa for $1.

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