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Check out these epic and FREE holiday light displays all around the Valley!

Posted at 8:44 AM, Nov 28, 2018

It's beginning to look a lot like neighborhoods all over the Valley! Here's a roundup of some light displays you can enjoy for FREE!

Tune in to watch this season of The Great Christmas Light Fight, and you'll see our state being represented with the Phoenix Winter Wonderland! David Chuchla's West Phoenix home is decorated inside and out. You'll see over 70,000 lights, 50 trees, 6,000 ornaments and over 1,000 animated figures. It's open every night in December from 6 to 10 p.m.

IF YOU GO: 4237 W. State Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85051

Kim Taylor's display near Ahwatukee was on The Great Christmas Light Fight back in 2016! He has 300 different wooden cutouts of various Disney and other kid-friendly characters. You'll see Emojis too and a 20-foot tall castle inspired by Frozen! There are lights, bubbles, snow machines and more! Click here to see a story ABC 15 did on him two years ago! You can check it out nightly from 5 to 10 p.m. through January 1, 2019.

IF YOU GO: 3611 E. Kachina Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85044

Check out Candy Cane Lane, where palm trees are dressed as candy canes, hence the name. There are all kinds of other fun decorations. The palm trees transform into candy canes with all kinds of other decorations. Stop by, starting December 2 (5 to 8 p.m.), to get a candy cane through the month of December between 6 to 8 p.m (normal hours).

IF YOU GO: Candy Cane Lane has moved locations to 618 W. Moon Valley Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85023

This display is out of this world, literally! It's called Christmas on Milky Way! There are stars made from color-changing LED lights, more than 100,000 lights used in the display, and other decorations. Click here to see the Facebook page. It's open nightly starting December 1.

IF YOU GO: 4606 W. Milky Way, Chandler, AZ 85266

Christmas on Comstock spans across 13 homes in Gilbert, with awe-inspiring synchronicity of around 110,000 lights. You're encouraged to tune in to 93.9 FM while you frolic through. Click here to see important information, as well as a map. Donations will be accepted for Make-A-Wish. It operates Sunday through Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. (for the show), and 9 to 10 p.m. (for static lights). Friday and Saturday, enjoy the show from 6 to 10:30 p.m.

IF YOU GO:  3642 E. Comstock Dr., Gilbert, AZ 85296

While you're in the East Valley, go to Mesa Christmas. There, you'll experience computer-animated lights to music and video. There are trees both mega and small, candy canes, leaping arches, a pixel grid and more. There are over 30,000 lights! Click here to see how it works. Click here for the Facebook page. You're encouraged to tune in to 107.5 FM while enjoying the show. Donations will be accepted for Nurture Our World. See it nightly from 6 to 10 p.m. through January 1, 2019.

IF YOU GO: 1610 E. Hermosa Vista Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203

Come on, ride the train... the Santa Train! It's the 40th year overall, and 28th year here in Arizona. In the front yard of the home, you'll find a train on a massive track, run by none other than Santa! You'll also see other fun and furry characters, a small carousel, a small Ferris Wheel, an erupting volcano and so much more. They've also added new sequences to the mountain tree and snowflake show. Click here to see pictures. Donations are accepted for Phoenix Children's Hospital. Puzzles are still available for a $5 donation to PCH as well. You're encouraged to tune in to 87.9 FM to hear the mountain show. The entire display operates nightly until 11 p.m. through January 1, 2019. Candy canes will be given away to kids until 9 p.m., and snowmaking is every 20 minutes on Friday and Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.

IF YOU GO: 541 E. Mountain Sky Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85048

Click here to see other holiday light displays.

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