Located in the Middletown area, Lake Forest is a subdivision that loves to celebrate Christmas. Almost over 1,000 houses participate in the Christmas light spectacular. In the past, the subdivision had reindeer located in the front of the neighborhood. This is one neighborhood you have to visit before the holidays are over.
Second on our list is Hillcrest. What can we say, these people go all out. Have you been to this neighborhood for their Halloween display? Imagine what it’s like for Christmas! This neighborhood knows how to throw a block party.
Want to experience the real life ‘Toyland’ for a good cause? You need to check out 6801 Melon Ct. Take a walk through Christmas trees, nutcrackers and snow globes and experience what Christmas is all about. You can visit the home Sunday through Thursday 6pm-10pm and Friday/Saturday 6pm-11pm. You can purchase pictures with Santa for $5.00 and all proceeds go to Home of the Innocents.
Tucked away between Brownsboro Rd and 42, the Woods of St. Thomas puts on quite a show during Christmas. As soon as you enter the subdivision, you’ll notice the awesome Christmas characters in the windows of the first home. Take a stroll around the neighborhood and view the lights and beautiful homes!
Enjoy Christmas lights underground at Lights Under Louisville off Poplar Level Rd. Take a 30 minute ride through part of a 17 mile cave featuring over 850 lit characters and over 3,000,000 points of light. Lights Under Louisville is the only underground light show in the U.S. The Mega Cavern offers a day and night time excursion. During the day, you can travel via the Christmas Express for 30 minutes and then take a stroll through their Winter Wonderland where they serve milk and cookies to the kiddos. Mon-Fri 6pm to 10pm and Sat-Sun 5pm to 10pm, you can pay $27 to take the 30 minute drive in your own vehicle through the cave.
Located off Billtown Road, Chenoweth Hills takes pride in their Christmas decorations. In this neighborhood, you will see lit driveways, candy canes galore, and Santa and his reindeer up on a roof heading toward the North Pole. Head over to neighboring subdivisions to continue the Christmas light journey!
Each year, Brown Park puts on a magnificent Christmas display. Although not required, you can get out of your car and walk the path into a winter wonderland. St. Matthews continuously expands the light display by adding new characters and signs.