2021 - Everything is up and running! SNOW, Santa phone, interactive buttons. MANY new things to see and do!
5pm to 10pm daily thru the end of the year. It gets VERY CROWDED in December, particularly on weekends. Plan accordingly!>
According to San Francisco CBS Television and Radio: "Don't skip this fabulous façade on Knottingham Circle, featuring a mix of old school décor and modern green lighting. Santas and more are mixed in with the latest in LED lighting and technology. This display, a favorite stop of Santa, will wow kids and adults alike. Seems like the folks on Knottingham Circle don't want global warming to melt Santa's workshop."
Many items are unique, one-of-a-kind that you won't see at any other display - anywhere!
Once again we have a snow machine operating every night, all season long. Bring a few quarters to activate the snow machine. One quarter (25¢) provides approx. 38 seconds of snow. The snow machine is a HUGE hit this year with young and old alike. Watch this video for the SNOW!
Try out all the interactive buttons that are placed throughout the yard. Call Santa on the Santa Phone on the front porch.
Synchronized light show and music on 107.9 FM.
2021 - CELEBRATING THE 30th YEAR OF OUR CHRISTMAS DISPLAY AT THIS ADDRESS IN LIVERMORE!
LAST DAY for Virtual Santa is December 24th.
This MUST SEE house is a featured stop / attraction on the Concannon Vineyard / Livermore Wine Trolley Lights of Livermore Holiday Tour:
Review from a SoCal displayer: This is one of the most interactive displays I have come across. Kids (and adults!) love to push buttons, and there is no shortage of them here. Each one activates a different element of the display. Several vintage decorations, each with their own unique history, and lots of props that you will not see anywhere else. Alex is also the creator and curator of CaliforniaChristmasLights.com, which has been directing Californians to the finest Christmas displays across the Golden State for over 20 years.
From a neighbor: I've enjoyed seeing all of the passers by enjoying the Christmas displays on our block. Alex's house draws quite a crowd and I have a front porch view so I'm blessed with waves of joy coming from the spectators. It brings me happiness to hear the children laughing and the awe and amazement all have for the wonderful display.