13 places for Holiday Cheer in the Mid-South

13 places for Holiday Cheer in the Mid-South
Check out what the Mid-South has to offer this holiday season. (WHBQ)

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.

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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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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