Use this map to find the best Christmas lights displays in Orlando

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CHRISTMAS IN THE SHIRE, VIA FACEBOOK
  • Christmas in the Shire, via Facebook
If you're just not feeling the Christmas this year, nothing jumpstarts the holiday sentiments like the sight of holiday light displays, right? And for those drowning in a sea of humbuggery, it's going to take more than a string of icicle lights hanging from your neighbor's carport to make your spirits bright. Lucky you, this has turned out to be a pretty good year for annual Christmas light shows, and the folks at Orlando Local Guide have put together a map of some of the better displays adorning neighborhood lawns this season. 

From the massive displays, like the Cross Christmas lights on North Econlockhatchee Trail (30,000 lights!), to the neighborhood annual events, like Christmas in the Shire in Hunters Creek, as well as some addresses that aren't quite so extravagant but rise above the basic, the map gives you addresses and an idea of what kind of display to expect at each stop. Make a weekend of it. Check out the map below. 




CROSS CHRISTMAS, VIA FACEBOOK
  • Cross Christmas, via Facebook







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