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Who Has the Best Lights in Your Neighborhood?

Share the area’s holiday cheer with Patch.

(Patch file photo)
(Patch file photo)

Touring local streets with brightly lit homes is a holiday tradition, and Montgomery County has no shortage of festive houses.

Patch would like your help sharing the best displays with the community. To tell your neighbors where the best lights are, please add a marker to the map above. Simply click the "Add" button in the upper right-hand corner of the map, enter an address and share a little about what makes that display special. If you don't have an exact address, an intersection will do.

Kathy Disque December 17, 2013 at 12:16 PM
The lighted 'walk through' displays on Butler Pike near Susquehanna Road, Upper Dublin, are completed each year through Acteon Networks, Fort Washington. The display has a collection box and donations from visitors this year will go to Robbins Park for Environmental Study and the Fort Washington Fire Company. Lights on from dusk to about 9 p.m., unless it rains!! Bring the family. Last Season: • Acteon raised over $13,000 – $6,500.00 was donated to the Upper Dublin Public Library and $6,500.00 was donated to the Montgomery County SPCA • Santa visited 8 times....and gave out more than 2,800 High Fives for Candy Canes! • There were roughly 156,000 lights on the property in 2012. • 11 Rain Outs\ Weather Shut Downs in 2012 (Be Nice This Year Old Man Winter) • Several thousand Light Bulbs needed to be replaced.

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