Christmas Light Displays in Salt Lake City
Here's our annual list of Utah Christmas Light Displays. Many displays start this weekend! Check each link to see what dates the light displays run. We've also listed our favorite must see Christmas light displays and activities for Salt Lake City.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please keep in mind that individual residential homes may have changed. We do our best to keep the list updated from year to year, but there may be some changes as the season progresses.
Salt Lake City and County
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Hogle Zoo’s ZooLights is something you can’t go wrong with. Runs December December 2-30. Members receive a $3 discount.
Christmas in Color(South Jordan) Opens November 18 – January 1. Cost is $35 online. Discount: Use code: COUPONS4UTAH15 to save 15% off online.
North Pole Festival(Sandy) walk-thru light show at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy that runs thru January 2, 2022. Explore the North Pole with over 1,5 million lights, larger-than-life decor, gigantic Christmas trees that come to life with your favorite Christmas music, walk-thru light tunnels, and more. Cost is $12-$24 per ticket and $10 to park.
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Festival of the Seas (Sandy) – Starts November 25 at Loveland Planet Aquarium. Discover both beautiful light displays throughout the plaza, and stunning light shows on the incredible EECO, set to some of our holiday favorites. Enjoy seasonal treats and shopping at the Gingerbread Village Under the Sea. Enjoy some hot coco by the fireside. All while being entertained by spectacular street performers and characters.
Lightwalk (Salt Lake) – Runs November 25-January 1 at Liberty Park. The worlds largest Christmas Light Maze awaits you and all the selfies your camera will hold.
Cross E Ranch Christmas Treat Drive Thru (Salt Lake) – Dec 16-17
This is The Place Candlelight Christmas – December 6-23 Mon-Sat. Tickets $8-$10.
Festive Fridays (Murray) – Nov 25-Dec 16. Take a wagon ride and see some holiday lights displays. Santa will greet visitors on the porch of the Farmhouse from 5pm – 7pm. Kona Ice will be here selling hot cocoa. Wagon ride tickets can be purchased in the Activity Barn. Tickets are $3 per person age 2 and up.
Temple Square: Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be open to the public this Christmas season with displays and limited lights. Construction and the COVID-19 pandemic have modified some of the plans for this year’s celebration, but families are invited to walk around parts of the grounds (see map) and experience an animated nativity in the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Virtual opportunities to experience Christmas on Temple Square and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ are also available during the holidays.
As long as you’re downtown you may want to check out Macy's in City Creek, where they have a candy window display made entirely of candy.
Grand America(Salt Lake) starting Nov 1, The Holiday Stroll begins at the Ladies’ Boutique and ends at JouJou, Children’s Boutique. No treat will be given this year.
Valley Fair Mall The display is set up outside on the west side of the mall in the fountain area and includes a light show to music.
Holiday Lights Tour – TBA Cities from around Salt Lake County are teaming up to bring you a Holiday Lights Tour like never before! Visit homes from South Jordan, Bluffdale, Herriman, Midvale, Millcreek, South Salt Lake, and West Jordan! To register your home, take the tour, or vote for your favorite house, visit bit.ly/lightstourut!
Gardner Village – Come see the elves display. Kids 12 and under can also complete the Elf Scavenger Hunt.
Taylorsville Christmas Street. Located in Taylorsville this festive neighborhood has been decorating their street for what I believe to be around 20 years (It’s a guess. My kids were really little when we first went). Each is a page in the book of The Night Before Christmas. Christmas Street is located at 3310 West Royal Wood Drive. I couldn’t find a website. But, you can read more on Utah's Adventure Family.
*Frosty's Winter Wonderland, 805 E. 18th Avenue, SLC, 6-11 pm
*East Millcreek 2555 E. Neffs Circle (3550 S.) Simple, but elegant light show with over 7,300 lights choreographed to music of all genres! New songs are being added every few days! M-Th 6:00-9:30 – F-Su 6:00-10:30
*Shoop Home: 9179 Granville Cir. Sandy, Utah 84093 Over 17,000 LED lights synchronized to music. Tune your car radio to 99.9 FM and listen to the music from the warmth and comfort of your own car. 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM every night through New Year's Eve.
*Christensen & Hymas: 11693 S 700 E. Draper Richard Holdman engineered the show, featuring over forty-thousand energy-efficient LED lights which light up and “dance” to holiday music. This year, starting just after Thanksgiving, the display will run every night from 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm on a rotating schedule. Bring your family, tune into 99.9 FM, and enjoy the show from the warmth of your car.
Draper Tree of Life: in the heart of Draper City Park (12500 S 1300 E) with over 1,000 strands of lights.
*Draper: 1731 E Hidden Valley Dr with lights synchronized to music on two houses.
*Draper: synchronized nativity and lights to popular Christmas songs at 1548 E. Timoney Rd, Draper, UT 84020
*Cottonwood: show runs from 6-10 pm with lights set to music at 1467 East Hollow Dale Dr, Cottonwood Heights.
*Herriman: lights set to songs at 5357 Toscana Way
*Kearns: Lights on Wakefield at 6388 S Wakefield Way, Kearns. Lighting ceremony on Nov 29 with Waffle Love, Mascot Miracles, Nthan's Hot Dogs, and Santa.
*Murray: over 25,000 set to music at 494 W 4800
*Sandy: choreographed lights at 8805 Tracy Dr.
*Sandy: 17,000 lights synchronized to music at 9179 Granville Cir.
*West Valley: Lights go to music every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, also on Christmas Eve and Christmas at 2861 S 3825 W.
*West Valley: Hear the Grinch story at 4249 S 6485 W
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Clas Ropes Enjoy a lighted riverboat ride on the lower Provo River during December. There are thousands of lights reflecting off the water, holiday scenes along the shore, and Christmas music on the boat. Santa even comes to visit on his canoe. Prices are $9 per person.
Thanksgiving Point Luminaria Experience The Light. Located in Lehi on 3003 Thanksgiving Way, magical holiday world as you make your way through the captivating Ashton Gardens. The Grand Allee’s 8,000 programmable luminaries blanket the sweeping hill. View the nativity scene before entering the Light of the World Garden. Glowing lanterns and peaceful music accompany this space featuring 35 monument- sized bronze sculptures depicting scenes of Jesus Christ from the New Testament. Cost starts at $24/adult, $17/ages 3-12.
Spanish Fork Festival of Lights at Canyon View Park, 3300 E. Powerhouse Rd. Listen to holiday music while your drive through displays. Cost $10/car, $25/large passenger van, $50/bus.
Shops at Riverwoods in Provo – enjoy thousands of lights while shopping.
University Place (Orem) – The display includes 30′ tall walk through tree, 75′ archways, the trees in the Orchard and UP logo all covered in 70,000 lights.
*Orem: lights to music at 200 E 936 S
*Orem: lights to music at 800 E 800 S
Salem Pond Town Christmas – Runs November 25- January 1 from 5:30 – 11 pm.
*Alpine: 11671 N Granite Flats Rd.
*Lehi: Small light display set to music at 2489 W 700 S
*Lehi: 565 S 1700 W
*Lehi: 725 S 1580 W
Lindon City Park: walk the Christmas story pathway
Payson City Square: – 100 N Main St.
*Saratoga Springs: 83 Archmore St.
Spanish Fork: Shepherd Family Christmas
Layton City’s display at Layton Commons Park. You can walk through or drive if it’s too cold. One member from each group must check in with the Layton City table for contact tracing purposes.
If you’d like to go extra festive, the Burger Stop (located just outside the park) organizes Hayrides through the light display on Friday’s and Saturday’s in December (except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).
The Lights on Sherwood Dr (Kaysville) – Shows run every night starting at 6 with shows every half hour and ends at 10:30; 1098 Sherwood Dr.
*Clinton: 25,000+ lights set to music at 2481 Hooded Crane Cir.
*Clearfield: lights synchronized to music at 223 N 1400 W
Clearfield Christmas Cottage – 254 W 125 N
Syracuse: Eccles Family Christmas Light Show at 741 St Andrews Dr from 5:30-11:30 pm. Free 40-minute show.
*Syracuse: lights set to music at 2336 Doral Drive.
*Syracuse: lights set to 14 songs and runs nightly from 5:30-9pm Sun-Thurs and 5:30-10pm Fri-Sat. Address is 1935 W 2100 S.
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Zootah Zoo Lights (Logan) – TBA (Thurs, Fri, & Sat)
Ogden City Christmas Village, which lights up a Christmas village each year. The Opening Ceremony is held Saturday, November 26. Christmas lights will still glow in the Village and Cottages will still be placed, but many of the normal attractions will be postponed until next year.
*All Those Lights (Ogden) – music set to lights at 1198 S 5525 E.
*Ogden: Over 25 different bears and lights to music at 726 Taylor Ave.
*Hooper: Display set to music at 6515 W 4600 S
Box Elder County
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-Willard Bay Starts November 25 and runs through December 30. $15-$20 per vehicle
*Brigham City: 90 Disney characters at 629 Cottonwood Cir.
Country Christmas at Young Living (Mona) -TBD at Young Living Lavender Farm. Horse-drawn wagon ride through festive Christmas light display. There will also be food trucks, warm fire, and bring your camera to snap a picture of Santa. Cost $5 for ages 4 and up; $25 for groups of 6.
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Ice Castles (Midway) -Coming again in 2022. Usually, December to early March (depending upon weather). More info to come. Like nothing you have ever seen before, see ice formations with lights.Tickets go on sale in late December.
St. George Tuacahn Theater: lights and nativity $4 per person.
*Washington: 20,000 lights plus blow-ups and manger set to music at 231 N Scenic Dr
Red Hills Dessert Garden: 375 North Red Hills Parkway
*Santa Clara: 2081 Jacob Dr
St. George Tabernacle: 18 S Main St
St. George Temple: 250 E 400 S
Also, check out our Mega List of Things to do in Utah Holiday Events for Christmas here>>
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