13 places for Holiday Cheer in the Mid-South

MID-SOUTH — It is that magical time of year! You might not get to spend it with family, but you can still see the wonders of sparkling Christmas Lights in the Mid-South.

We have a list, but make sure you check out each event’s website for times and ticket pricing as they vary.

Be sure to SHARE WITH US your Christmas Lights and decorations.

Starry Nights:

Located in Shelby Farms Park, you can see over 3.5 million lights from now to Jan. 3.

You have to purchase tickets on their website.

Radley Lights:

Located in Bartlett at 3640 St Philip Dr. and 5198 Jeffery Keith Dr., a light show that benefits the American Heart Association.

Magic of the Holidays:

Located in Bartlett, an animated Christmas Display featuring over 45,000 lights and 160 channels of computer animation.

Southern Lights:

Located on Tchulahoma Road between Goodman and Stateline in Central Park. There are LED lights and new displays on the 166-acre park with 500,000 twinkling lights.

South Main Lights:

Located on South Main in Memphis, the area lights up the nights with a sparkling display between GE Patterson and Butler.

Zoo Lights:

Located at the Memphis Zoo, Christmas Lights shine throughout the zoo grounds with special guests from our furry friends and Santa!

Holiday Wonders at the Garden:

Located in the northwest corner of the centrally-located Memphis Botanic Garden in East Memphis, Holiday Wonders at the Garden has something for all ages.

Graceland Lights:

Located at Elvis’ Graceland, the outside and inside of the home will be glowing for one of Elvis’ favorite holidays, CHRISTMAS!

Collierville Contemporary Club Christmas Virtual Home Tour:

Located all virtually, stream four beautiful homes’ Christmas displays from the icicles on the outside to the glamorous tree on the inside.

Main Street and Peabody Christmas Tree:

Located in Memphis’ Downtown, see the extravagant Christmas Tree and lights along with Main and Peabody’s displays.

Mighty Lights:

Located on the Hernando DeSoto Bridge, watch as this notorious light show takes on a Christmas theme throughout December.

The Enchanted Forest:

Located at the Pink Palance Museum, see charming holiday characters at The Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees, a 65 plus-year-old Memphis tradition.

Winter Wonderland:

Located at the Children’s Museum, stroll through trees, twinkling lights, dancing snowflakes, and all the seasonal trappings that Christmas has to offer.