Our celebration of holiday lights ends in Moreno Valley as we feature a family who has decorated their home in all things Disney!
Christmas may be over but that doesn't mean we're done with Holiday Lights. Tonight's segment takes us to West Covina to a home that combines the best of old and new.
Tonight's edition of Holiday Lights takes us to Long Beach where more than 30 different neighbors on one street have put up what they call "Magical Christmas Arches." At first, there were only a few neighbors who put up the arches but then it caught on. Some in the neighborhood hope this will become a holiday tradition on Halbrite Avenue.
This tour of Holiday Lights displays takes us to North Shaffer Street in the city of Orange where the Pasqualino Family says they have have been decorating their home for 20 years. It's grown over time and when LED lights became available, Mike Pasqualino says they went a little crazy. It takes the family about 15 days to put their decorations together. They say they do this every year to not only celebrate Jesus' birthday but also to see the happy reactions of families and children that come visit.
Tonight's Holiday Lights takes us to Menifee. Amlitsa says it took her 45 days to get the whole thing set up. The display featured 8-9,000 lights and has three video projectors playing Christmas scenes in three windows of the Loire Valley Lane home.
We check out the most impressive light displays across Southern California every day, but we've never seen anything quite like this before. In La Mirada, a man has created the Griswold house from the movie National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. And each year he draws a big crowd to his house for this special lights display.
Tonight's edition of Holiday Lights takes us to Cerritos. Larry Fullerton says it takes a full 80 hours to set up his display every year -- his favorite part -- the model train.
FOX 11 spoke with homeowner Mark Woodcock in Venice and his pink inspiration for his home in this Holiday Lights segment.
Tonight’s Holiday Lights takes us to Burbank where the display is a combination of lights, music, and a tribute to its homeowners. The Berners have been putting up lights for years, but this year’s Christmas tradition has a sentimental meaning for the family.
Tonight's Holiday Lights takes us to Downey, to a house that is recognized as one of the best in Downey's Christmas decorating contest this year.
For tonight's Holiday Lights, we check out one of Southern California's most colorful holiday traditions -- the Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade.
For tonight's Holiday Lights we go to Granada Hills where one house is a magnet for those who love Christmas. Carlota Mena has been decorating her home for 18 years and says she begins decorating right after Thanksgiving, but her Christmas display isn't limited to the outside of her house.
Tonight we head to the Inland Empire for this evening's holiday lights display. The homeowner, John Woods, began decorating his home more than 6 years ago. It takes him three and a half weeks to set up all the decorations, not to mention the light -- 20,000 in all.
Tonight we're going to Chino Hills for a beautiful display. But this one is unlike any other.
A neighborhood in Glendora lights up the holidays with a 30-minute computerized light show set to music.
West Covina homeowner Naomi Paul says her holiday display is a collaborative effort between neighbors. Paul says her son even built a lot of what is seen, including a little Ferris wheel and trains.
A South Gate resident spends up to $1,000 in Christmas decorations a year, all in the spirit of the holiday.
David and April Bradley say there are 20,000 bulbs lighting up their home!
Jon and Tina Vanderjagt started putting up the lights on November 1, and it took him about 30 hours to finish. They used 1,500 lights, and every year they add something new. This year it was the juggling elf.
We take you to Buena Park to see the giant Christmas tree, nightly snowfall, Christmas carolers and more at Knott's Berry Farm.