The holidays will soon come and go. But before taking down your own Christmas tree and lights, be sure to see where the best displays are in and around Alpharetta.
Residents voted and the results are in. Here are the best place to see lights all aglow this year.
In fifth place was the Holly Springs Lights at First Baptist Church of Holly Springs. The display got 2% of votes. The church hosts their show seven days a week and accepts donations as a thank you for the efforts put into the display.
With 7% of the votes, fourth place went to Santa’s Villiage in Roswell. The free-to-attend event features not only lights, but trains and animated characters, too.
Next, the third place finisher was Santa's Fantastical in Sandy Springs. With 9% of votes, this indoor event has been reimagined for 2019. It features a blend of technology, art and nostalgia.
Warbington Farms 2019 Christmas Extravaganza in Cumming is in second place with 16% of the votes. The farm transforms into an illuminated destination each year and invites families to come and see the sights and sounds of Christmas.
So where is the best place to see holiday lights in the Alpharetta?
Ashebrooke Night of Lights in Cumming won the most votes with 67%. Since 2006, homes in the subdivision have lit up for those in and around the area to see — and it’s all free of charge.
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And here are the other winners for Best of Alpharetta:
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