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Top 10 Holiday Houses :: Musical Light Displays

Dec 19, 2011

Have you ever driven down a street with your parents and come across a house that is completely decked out for Christmas? Lights stretching from the tip of their chimney to the farthest reaches of their yards? Have you ever seen a house with lights that move to music? Here are our top 10 homes with the most outrageous and exciting lights-to-music displays!

No. 10

This house is neat, but it’s quite over the top, and not in a good way. It’s a little like a Christmas junkyard.

No. 9

There’s something very unnerving about this next one. The wreaths in the upstairs windows look like eyes, making the whole house resemble a giant light monster!

No. 8

Warning: Don’t watch this one if you’re prone to seizures. It’s crazy with a capital “C”! The show is synchronized to a really fast version of "Jingle Bells".

No. 7

This one is really fun, less because of the lights and more because of the music choice. Take a look!

No. 6

Less is more for these homeowners. Unlike some, they didn’t go overboard with the lights. Instead, they kept it simple, elegant and entertaining!

No. 5

By decorating only the trees in their yard, these homeowners created a truly unique and magical light show.

No. 4

Synchronized with "Amazing Grace", this light display is a little more elegant than others. But if you're more into techno songs than holiday ballads, don't worry. The end of the video won't disappoint.

No. 3

This household uses some very interesting elements in their light display – they have lights creating a windmill technique on their lawn and lights that look like fireflies buzzing in the air (both of which start about halfway through the video).

No. 2

This light show combines the magic of Christmas with the magic of Disney. Check it out!

No. 1

This house takes the No. 1 spot on our Top 10 list. It'll certainly be the biggest and boldest light display on their block!

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Which musical light display is your favorite? Tell us in our comment section below!

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