These Places Have Some Of The Most Festive Christmas Decorations You'll Ever See
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These Places Have Some Of The Most Festive Christmas Decorations You'll Ever See

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Sharelle Burt
Sharelle Burt Dec 5, 2018

Christmas tends to bring out the best in people. It also brings out their creativity, with some being a little more extra than others. Here are some outrageous Christmas decorations you won’t be able to take your eyes off.

Houston, Texas

Starting the day after Christmas, most people are blasting The Temptations famous rendition of ‘Silent Night’ or ‘Joy To The World’ by the late, great Whitney Houston. Not Frankie To-ong. The music lover decided to pay homage to some of Houston’s finest including Travis Scott, Beyonce, UGK, Slim Thug, Paul Wall, and Mike Jones. He posted a video of his home, which instantly went viral. We wonder what his neighbors are thinking?

North Pole, Alaska

The city of North Pole, Alaska is a Christmas-themed town all year round. Of course, there is a Santa Claus house that boasts an elaborate Christmas light show accompanied by some impressive ice sculptures for visitors to enjoy.

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Staten Island, New York

Homes in the boroughs of New York don’t have a whole bunch of space, but one home in Staten Island makes it work for Christmas. The DiMartino house, called Christmas Lights 4 Life, goes all out for the holiday each year, with tours open for the community that raises money for children with cancer.

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Louisville, Kentucky

Get a glimpse of down under. Underground that is. The Mega Cavern at Lights Under Louisville is an underground Christmas wonderland where visitors can see over two million lights during a 30-minute car ride.

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Clemmons, North Carolina

Tanglewood Park in Clemmons will have visitors thinking that Santa Claus himself lives there. The Festival of Lights is one of the largest light shows in the Southeast with over one million lights. The route goes for about five miles with over 100 different festive displays.

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