With Christmas just around the corner it’s so hard not to be excited and ready for Christmas. Everywhere you look outside there’s an amazing display of Christmas lights that fill your heart with holiday cheer! However, some displays are better and more festive than others. All throughout the Kansas City area there are so many light displays! Some are free and some charge for admission but here is a list of Spigot, Inc.‘s top displays in the Kansas City area.

#1. Legendary Christmas: Enjoy the lights Nov. 17 through Christmas. Unique lighting display on a 45-foot holiday tree created by a world-renowned technology-driven holiday lights team, all synchronized to music.

#2. Winterfest at Worlds of Fun: Witness 10 live shows, meet over 16 iconic holiday characters, join 9 holiday activities like ice skating and cooking decorating, ride select park attractions, and create lasting memories with family and friends. We’re especially excited to celebrate with Charlie Brown and Snoopy! Charlie, the gang, and a cast of 18 singers and dancers will present a Christmas Holiday Spectacular!

#3. Downtown Dazzle: Nov. 22 – Dec. 31, Downtown Kansas City, MO. Downtown KC’s all-encompassing holiday experience features five unique neighborhoods and something for everyone, including tours of trendy, urban homes, exclusive shopping offers and other festive sights and sounds.

#4. Festival of Lights:  Nov. 23 – Jan. 6 at Powell Gardens 1609 N.W. U.S. Highway 50, Kingsville, MO. A lighting exhibition, artfully curated by the Powell Gardens Horticulture staff, the Festival of Lights includes botanically-themed lighting displays that begin at the garden entrance and stretch along a winding pathway through six of the seven themed gardens.

#5. Christmas In The Park: open Thanksgiving Eve through Christmas, Sun.-Thu., 5:30-10:00; Fri. & Sat., 5:30-11:00. This display is outstanding and worth the drive, even if you live 30-45 minutes away. It is also extremely popular, so weeknights are your best chance to avoid a long wait to see the display. Beware of deer en route as many live nearby!