Tulsa OK Christmas Lights Displays & Nearby Towns
This year’s Tulsa OK Christmas light displays are even more abundant than years past. Some of the best usual displays include Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow at 1025 W Kenosha St. This is one of the most spectacular Christmas light displays to be seen. If you will be going to see this display, you can either drive, walk or take a carriage ride. Horse drawn carriage rides are just $10 for adults and $5 for children. Donations are always welcome; however, the viewing is always free.
Another annual display that is very popular is the Paragon Industries display in Sapulpa OK at 3378 W Oklahoma 117. There is over 2 million lights that stretch over nearly a mile. This display is free. Get geared up for all the lights in and around Tulsa OK.
More Tulsa OK Christmas Lights Displays to Enjoy
Utica Square – For many years Utica Square at 21 Street and Utica Avenue in Tulsa OK is light up. The whole square is illuminated with 750,000 lights. You can enjoy Santa’s house, the Nutcracker and beautiful displays throughout the square.
Swan Lake – Take Utica Avenue north and turn left onto 17th Place to see the beautiful Swan Lake in Tulsa OK. You can drive around or park and take a leisure walk. The surrounding homes are also a sight to see.
Maple Ridge – This display is bounded by 15th Street to the north, 31st Street to the south, Peoria Avenue to the east, and Cincinnati Avenue and Riverside Drive to the west. Many of the homes are decorated for Christmas, and a few have rather elaborate displays.
1550 S. 68th East Ave – This display is presented by the homeowner, Steven Tucker, who has 64 channels of synchronized music and more than 11,0000 light. The show runs every 15 minutes every evening until 11:30 p.m. Simply drive by and tune in to 90.9 FM.
101st Street between Riverside Drive and Yale Avenue – The display is presented by homeowner Kent Oellien, owner of Oellien Design Inc. You will see amazing shooting stars at this display as you drive slowly by.
Forest Park South subdivision – Go to 104th Street and Sheridan Road for the biggest neighborhood Tulsa OK Christmas lights displays to be seen in any neighborhood in Tulsa OK. Most of the homes here are decked out in holiday lights, which is very impressive on a slow drive.
Broken Arrow Christmas Lights Displays
10105 S. 197th East Ave – You find about 75,000 lights, said the owner, who also uses 110 blow molds and 41 Telco marionette figures arranged in outdoor castles, trains and houses. In addition, he has 20 other outdoor wire characters, several hand-painted outdoor displays and eight inflatable decorations. The land fronts 101st Street just a couple of hundred yards west of Northeastern State University, directly across from the gates of Camp Russell.
1613 S. Nyssa Place – See over 60,000 lights presented by homeowner Roberta Johnson. You’ll also see a Ferris wheel, Christmas train, nativity scene, dancing Santa and more. It’s become so popular, the Johnsons’ home is on a route for limos, trolleys and party buses. This is also their ninth year to be an official drop-site for Toys for Tots. Their display is lit nightly until 11 p.m. Sunday through Monday, midnight Friday and Saturday.
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