Christmas homes in Denver & Colorado
Make the trip to Greeley to see the home of the Greeley Grizwalds.
As we inch closer to Thanksgiving, it’s time to start planning for your Christmas lights tour.
Yes, yes, we’re not even to Thanksgiving yet so how we can talk about Christmas? This isn’t meant to overlook or skip Thanksgiving. This is actually one of the best holidays of the year.
The point is to plan so you have an idea now. Where to go in Denver. Where to start. So you’re not left caught off guard when your family or friends want to know the plan.
We list all the houses that go all out for Christmas in Denver and Colorado. These homes are the worth the visit and they will get decorated here really soon.
You could view this as your itinerary of homes to visit.
Some of these homes don’t have websites, so the information doesn’t come directly from them. Still, it’s useful to know where the homes are this Christmas.
Mizell’s Christmas Home
8755 W. 91st St. Pl.
Broomfield, CO 80021
The Onstott’s North Pole Christmas Extravaganza
10046 Fraser St.
Commerce City, CO 80022
It told The Denver Post, “This is our third year of our display and it’s better than ever. Our display features over 33,000 lights, a 7.5-foot North Pole, 16-foot Santa, a tunnel of lights, 16-foot mega tree and new to the display this year is animated RGB lights to music. Come by and tune to 88.9 FM for a dazzling light show. There is much to see and enjoy in our Christmas lights display so come out and see the lights Holiday season. Lights are on each night 5:30 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday it’s extended to 10:30 p.m.”
Snowmen visit the ferris wheel
4841 E Harvard Lane
Denver, CO 80222
As it says on the Post, “A group of snowmen come to visit the Ferris Wheel … because they want to be in the sparkling lights and the warm displays. Surrounded in all directions by white snowmen, the Ferris Wheel turns to the delight of music and color. Along with the snowmen come the peacocks, the reindeer, and the animals riding the Ferris Wheel. See an array of purples, reds, greens, blues and white colors as the encircle the animals and their friends. And the snowmen, well, they are all taking it in as they try to stay warm in the blitz of winter.”
Mind Blowing Lights
9787 Stonebriar Lane
Parker, CO 80134
The show runs every night 5-8 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday and 4:30-8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The runs to music but no station is listed. The display should tell you what station to tune to when you drive up.
The Greeley Grizwalds
354 50th Avenue Court
Greeley, CO 80634
Without question one of the best light displays in all our Colorado. Heck, even the country.
It’s gotten coverage on CNN.
Last year was the first time in 15 years the Greeley Grizwalds home was dark.
This year, it should be up and running once again. It goes live the day after Thanksgiving and runs through New Year’s Day nightly.
As the site says, the lights are synchronized to music and controlled by computer. There are over 135,000 lights. They really do go all out. It’s worth the trip to see this house and marvel at the time and work it took to get it up.
As for the station to tune to, it’s listed as you drive up. The site says 92.9 FM but make sure because the music sync makes the experience