INDIANAPOLIS -- Christmastime is the most magical and wonderful time of the year - and Indiana sure knows how to celebrate.
If you're ready to get into the festive spirit - go no further than the nearest holiday light display.
We’ve put together a list of five FREE Christmas light displays around central Indiana you can enjoy with your family this year.
1. Circle of Lights – downtown Indianapolis
Stroll around Monument Circle and celebrate the season in downtown Indianapolis where the Soldiers and Sailor’s monument has been transformed into a giant Christmas tree. Don't forget to have your little one bring their letter to Santa so you can drop it in Santa's mailbox while you're there!
2. Reynolds Farm Christmas Lights Display - Fishers
A lot of things have changed in Fishers over the last 25 years, but the Reynold's Christmas display isn't one of them. Located off SR 37 just north of I-69, Reynolds Farm Equipment's free drive-thru display open through January 1.
3. Nickel Plate District’s Christmas Light Display – Fishers
Celebrate the magic of the season and enjoy the holiday lights on Nickel Plate District’s Central Green. There’s even a special box you can leave your letters for Santa.
3. We Care Park’s Holiday Lights Display – Kokomo
More than 1 million lights illuminate We Care Park for the 23rd year in a row. The park is located at 2317 N. LaFountain Street and will be open every night through December 27.
5. Holiday of Lights at T.P.A. Park – Frankfort
Enjoy over a million lights including a tunnel of lights you can drive through. T.P.A. Park is located at 1 Adrian Marks Drive in Frankfort. The light display will be up through January 1.
Know a great FREE Christmas lights display we didn't name here? You can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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