Totally tacky or spectacularly beautiful, extravagant and ostentatious light displays are a true sign of the holiday season.
The bedazzled Rockefeller Christmas Tree in New York City is draped with 5 miles of LED lights and topped with a sparkling Swarovski crystal star.
Revisit classic Christmas scenes while exploring the Enchanted Garden of Lights in Chattanooga, TN.
Baltimore recreates its very own 'Miracle on 34th Street' as neighbors decorate their homes in the quirky Hampden neighborhood.
It may be a lot warmer than the North Pole, but Newport Beach has no shortage of holiday spirit during the annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade.
Mark and Kathy Hyatt celebrate the holidays with an outrageous display of holiday lights decorating their home in Fort Lauderdale, known as the Hyatt House.
Johnson City, TX, is alight with holiday spirit, and in the center of the festivities is the Blanco County Courthouse draped with 100,000 twinkling lights.
Residents throughout Brooklyn's neighborhoods take their holiday décor seriously, illustrated by this Bay Ridge home complete with an oversized Santa and wooden soldiers.
Even the Grinch would have a hard time avoiding the contagious holiday spirit in Dyker Heights, an Italian-American neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO, always puts on a spectacular show, especially during the holiday season.
Neighbors are used to the holiday hoopla at Dick Norton's home in Burbank, CA, including a merry-go-round and train station.
Celebrate Christmas underground on a 30-minute drive along the 17-mile lighted pathway deep under the Earth at Louisville MEGA Cavern.
Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland brings a Christmas light spectacle to cities around the country, including Nashville, TN, with a light show set to favorite holiday tunes.