Don’t miss these holiday light displays that are free and close to home!

Johnson’s Christmas Corner

The Johnson family has been creating huge displays for the Cypress community for the last 10 years at 14811 Cypress Meadow Drive. The family’s light display includes more than 70,000 lights, which move along to playlists that change each night of the week! Complete with a snow machine and a bubble machine, every night is sure to delight.

40th Annual Nite of Lites

Prestonwood Forest residents, living just off Highway 249, add a competitive streak to their Christmas light spirit. The neighborhood competes for best block, best house and best mailbox, which revolve around a theme like 12 Days of Christmas, Texas Christmas and so on. People in the subdivision have been going neck-and-neck for the Christmas light win since the 1970s.

Franck’s Christmas Light Show

The Franck family, who lives at 15923 Viney Creek, has shared their Christmas light tradition with neighbors and beyond since 2008. The show, complete with accompanying Christmas music, is the place to go to see a professional show with a family atmosphere. Lasting around 45 minutes, your family won’t be disappointed.

Creek Pines

Creek Pines within the Village of Panther Creek has a legacy for its holiday light display that honors the memory of Cort Martin, a resident who lost his life his senior year at The Woodlands High School. The residents have earned a reputation for having the best free Christmas decoration display around and the glow is visible by planes flying overhead.

Pin Oak Subdivision

This neighborhood near Katy Mills Mall on Kingsland Boulevard has become famous for their all-out, Griswold-style Christmas displays. Several homes have lights timed to popular songs you can enjoy by tuning to a certain radio frequency, and car lines back up for almost half a mile to see the show.