The Upstate is full of Christmas light displays to enjoy this holiday season.
In Greenville, the “Passion of the Lights” display at the Edge Community Church is run by Dustin Pelletier, the former “Greenville Griswold” home owner who was on the Great Christmas Light Fight show three years ago. It has over 200,000 lights synchronized to music. It’s located at 506 Edwards Rd. in Greenville.
In Greer, the Lindsey’s Christmas House has over 150,000 lights, carrying on a tradition that started 30 years ago. Visitors can walk around the yard and visit Santa. It’s located at 107 Rotan Avenue in Greer.
Also in Greer, the Lindseys’ children created the Turner Family Christmas display, which has over 300,000 lights. It’s located at 3932 N HWY 101 in Greer.
In Inman, The Christmas House has over 100,000 lights synced to music, carrying on a tradition that started in the 1970s. It’s located at 360 Foster Road in Inman.
For $20 per car, the Upstate Holiday Light Show at Greenville Pickens Speedway has a whopping 32 million lights in a 30 minute show, a petting zoo, ice rink, and Santa’s Workshop. It’s located at 3800 Calhoun Memorial HWY in Easley.
For $10 per car, the Anderson Christmas Lights benefiting the Lights of Hope and has a Santa Village and over 3 million lights. It’s located at 520 Woodcrest Drive in Anderson.
In Wellford, for $6 per person, the Holiday Lights Safari Benefit at Hollywild has millions of lights, a petting zoo and a Santa’s Village. For an additional cost, there is also an option to drive through an enchanted deer forest and hand feed deer, zebras and other animals. It’s located at 2325 Hampton Road in Wellford.
There is a full map with even more homes and attractions at www.upstatescchristmaslightshows.com
Kidding Around Greenville created a map with two different driving routes. Click here to see.