5 Long Island Homes With Amazing Holiday Light Displays

The holidays wouldn’t be the same without festive music, gift giving and, of course, spectacular decorations. Many get into the holiday spirit with simple wreaths and a few dangling lights outside their home, but others opt for a more extravagant display.

Related: Top Long Island Holiday Light Displays

Oftentimes, these joyous homeowners garner tons of attention for their decorations, including the five below. These homes are becoming the talk of more towns than just their own.

5th Street Christmas Lights, Ronkonkoma

5th Street Christmas Lights

image: facebook.com/5thstreetchristmaslights

Rain or shine, this Ronkonkoma home is giving everyone a show from 5:30-11:30pm each day. Reindeer, trains, snowmen and more illuminate the lawn. There’s also a special Santa Claus display in the window adding an interactive touch.

Elwood Dancing Light Show, Centereach

Elwood Dancing Lightshow

image: facebook.com/elwoodrdlightshow

From 5-11pm each night, passersby can see 10,000 dancing lights brighten the night sky at 14 Elwood Rd. And this isn’t just for fun: All donations go to Suffolk County’s Make-A-Wish, according to the home’s Facebook page.

Elm Avenue Dancing Light Show, Coram

Elm Avenue Dancing Light Show

image: facebook.com/elm avenue dancing light show

With all these lights, it’s no surprise this house is the brightest on the block. It has more than 7,000 likes on Facebook, proving just how popular it is.

The East Northport Christmas House, East Northport

The East Northport Christmas House

image: facebook.com/enptchristmashouse

With a massive archway on the front lawn, this East Northport home invites everyone to come check out the light show. The homeowners get more into the holiday spirit by giving candy canes and coloring books to kids who visit!

Forest Lane Lights‎, Coram

Forest Lane Lights

image: facebook.com/forestlanelightsny

This festive home has 30,000 lights flickering every day from 5-11pm. The homeowners also encourage viewers to find the hidden Mickeys while they’re there adding some more fun to the festive presentation.

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