Best Christmas Light Displays in Toronto 2021

The holiday season is here, and it’s time to enjoy it completely. One of the coolest ways to get in the holiday spirit is to view the stunning lights around you. To help you find the best one, here is the list of best Christmas Light Displays in Toronto 2021. Toronto offers it all, from glittering drive-thru experiences that are hard to forget to dazzlingly decked-out homes. It’s worth it to check them out!

1.       188 Brock Ave

The owners of this stunning home usually go all-out with the displays during the holiday season. This year, their lawn ornaments and lights are just as magical as before. You can check the D’Elia family home on your way to Window Wonderland in The Junction, as the house is located just south of Dundas West near Dufferin St.

2.       226 & 228 Brenyon Way

If you want to see amazing lights during Halloween and Christmas, these two Scarborough homes are an excellent choice. Known as Decorate Brenyon Way, the duo encourages visitors to donate to organizations that are mentioned on their website. This year also, their lawns have transformed into epic festive wonderlands you can’t miss.

3.       Wild Cherry Lane

The light show on Thornhill street will be around till January 9, 2022. You can also make donations to the Yellow Brick House & Markham Foodbank while enjoying the spectacular lights.

4.       165 Benjamin Boake Trail

This is perhaps the most awe-inspiring Christmas house in the city. The DeSario family home always has a wildly colorful and bright holiday display that you can find near Keele St and Sheppard Ave West. They raise money for SickKids through the display that will be on every evening from 5 pm to 10.30 pm until January 6, 2022.

5.       2176 Devlin Drive

During the holidays, you can’t miss the “animated gingerbread house” that is inspired by the 1989 Christmas movie National Lampoon’s Vacation. You can watch the magnificent light show from the warmth of your car till January 2, 2022. You can also donate here to support SickKids.

6.       The Distillery Winter Village

When it comes to enjoying the holiday ambiance, you can enjoy the ambiance of Distillery’s annual Winter Village. In addition to the lights, you can also make the most of merchants vending goods and gifts. It also has snow-capped, European-style cabins that attract the eye. You need to get tickets if you plan to visit from Fridays 4 pm to Sundays.

7.       D’Elia Family House

D’Elia family house in Little Portugal is also mesmerizing during the holidays. To make it an even sweeter trip, you can get a Mayan hot chocolate from SOMA on your way up from Queen St. to make it even sweeter trip.

8.       Snow Magic at Ontario Place

If you are a fan of light shows, you will love the Snow Magic exhibit at Ontario Place. Here you can enjoy 1.7km of immersive installations and enchanting pyrotechnics. Admission is paid per car so you can invite your loved ones too.

9.       Holiday Lights Tour at Casa Loma

Visit this neo-Gothic castle and see a royal-worthy light exhibit via a self-guided tour. The gardens and secret 800-foot tunnel located beneath the structure are well worth the ticket price. Pick a suitable time slot to avoid a rush.






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