AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - The holiday season is upon us once more and with this time of the year comes many holiday traditions, like looking at Amarillo's beautiful Christmas light displays.
While you're waiting for the snow to fall, here's a few places you should check out for some Christmas magic!
For the last 50 years, the Bishop Hills community has rallied together to bring an Amarillo staple to life.
Each house has something different to offer, whether it's a cleverly crafted scene or a display of inflatable Christmas cartoons. It's fun for the whole family and if it isn't a part of your Christmas traditions... it should be, immediately!
To see this winter wonderland head northwest on Tascosa Road north of Loop 335 (the exact address is 9515 Tascosa Road). You can't miss the lights, they shine over the hills like a beacon to a Christmas paradise.
Admission is always free but the Amarillo Lion's Club is on-site collecting donations and old eyeglasses.
This is the most romantic destination listed, and its history is even sweeter.
The first garden club of Amarillo was created in 1929 by a group of hardworking women and has since flourished. Nowadays, garden-goers have the chance to stroll hand-in-hand through the dimly lit garden or through the tunnel of lights.
But don't get us wrong, Christmas in the Gardens is also a great place for families. With a different light theme in each section, your children will surely be entertained, especially when Santa Claus comes to town!
Location: 1400 Street Dr.
There is snow way you can miss this community favorite!
Year-after-year, Candy Cane Lane has a reputation for being one of the brightest and most breathtaking light displays in the Amarillo area. If you haven't seen it yet be sure to swing by, but bring sunglasses with you because like we said, there are A LOT of lights!
If you're just hoping to make a quick tour, make sure to go during the week. The site is packed every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.
Location: Coulter and Gainsborough
Santa makes his way to Palo Duro Canyon for this special event.
Many glowing balloons fill the nighttime sky and the sight may just be some real Christmas magic!
Entrance to the park if free after 4 p.m. with a donation to the High Plains Food Bank.
The event runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17.
Joy to the world, the Colonies have come!
This area has some of the most beautiful decorated homes in the city.
The street are filled with Christmas cheer which you can't avoid so, be sure to stop on by!
Location: Southwest Amarillo
Whether you've been naughty or nice this year, you should check out this new display.
Like Bishop Hills, you'll follow a path and along the way you'll see some sights that will surly jingle your bells.
It is open through December 31, their hours are 6 pm. to 9 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
However, there is an entrance fee. $10 per car but there is no charge for flying sleighs pulled by reindeer.
For more information about this site check out their website.
This festive community will have you feeling all is calm and all is bright.
These lights may be some of the most elegant displays in the area.
Once you leave this mesmerizing Heaven on Earth you won't be able to help but think "God bless us, everyone!"
Location: 6003 Tuscany Village
This might be one of the most fun stops on the list.
This family totally has Christmas spirit! They always have every inch of their house decorated and they even sync their light display to an FM radio station.
You'll have to wait a few minutes to hear a Christmas song, and if you're feeling really patience you should wait for Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "Carol of the Bells."
That's the song playing in the video above, it's a crazy sight to see!
This holiday home is located at 2418 Hawthorne Drive near the Sonic.
Alright, brace yourself for this one because you're going to need a LONG time to see everything.
These beautiful houses are decorated to the nines and will leave you breathless.
Start out at 35 Oldham Circle and work your way towards Washington.
Be sure to turn down every street because each one is filled with a holiday surprise.
One house even have a projection of Santa delivering toys. We know, it's crazy!
This sight is creating some buzz on social media, especially because they had their grand opening a few weeks ago.
These residents and shop owners have definitely deck the halls to make our season more jolly.
The Village is lit up with over 400,000 lights and they even have a light show.
The light shows are held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through December with shows every 30 minutes, with the first show at 6 p.m. and the last one at 9 p.m.
To feast your eyes upon these lights head towards Hillside and Soncy (9200 Town Square Blvd).