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Christmas in Color

Christmas in Color

There are a TON of lights!

Holdman Lights has put on lots of great light displays over the years throughout Utah. We have visited his displays at his home, his parents’ home, the Valley Fair Mall, and Christensen & Hymas Law Firm. Now he has a new display next to the Olympic Oval called Christmas in Color.

Use the code ColorFamily to get 15% off a weekday ticket for Christmas In Color. Offer expires on 12/15/16. http://www.christmasincolor.net/ 

This Christmas light display is big. It’s about a mile long as you drive through the lights and one of the best part about his displays are they are set to music. So the lights dance to the beat as you drive the route. We also love that the lights change colors–it adds some really cool effects to see the light fade in and out of different hues.

Christmas in Color

The lights are spread over the entire area, and you weave back and forth through them.

Christmas in Color

We loved this ice skating pond made entirely of lights.

There are huge trees made out of lights that stand out in this display with all their colors changing. We were huge fans of one particular Christmas tree that morphed colors in a very unique way. Watch the video below to see this tree.

Christmas in Color

There are huge Christmas trees made out of lights.

The best part about this Christmas in Color is the tunnels. Our boys LOVED driving through the tunnels of lights. There are three different tunnels and they are all unique, and amazing. They were definitely the highlight of the trip.

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Tunnel #1!

Tunnel #2!

Tunnel #2!

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Tunnel #3!

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The lights are truly beautiful! And they are amazingly timed to the music! We loved watching them!

The downside to this display is the price. It’s $20/car ($25 on the weekends) which is pretty steep for Christmas lights, but it did take us about 20 minutes to drive through and they have been putting this display up since September. So you’ll have to decide if this activity fits into your budget.

You need advanced reservations before you go, so check out their website to pay for your time slot. You can choose a 30 minute window to arrive, but they don’t guarantee you can go through if you miss your window, so make sure to plan ahead for traffic and what not. Christmas in Color is located next to the Olympic Oval in Kearns which is about 5800 S and 4800 W. The lights are displayed on Ed Mayne Street.