Christmas Light Displays In Southwest Missouri!

Christmas Light Displays In Southwest Missouri!

Bella Lankford and Daniel Potter

The Christmas holidays are here, which means Christmas light displays have been opening up around different towns! A few are popping up in Joplin, Carthage, and surrounding areas already!

Christmas Lights in Carthage include:

Mt Moriah Lights will be located at Mt Moriah United Methodist Church from 5:30 p.m to 9:30 p.m until December 30th. They have over 150,000 lights programmed to shine in unison with holiday music.

Way of Salvation Drive-Through Light Display is a mile long journey at the CRM Complex. The drive through the lights is free, but donations are appreciated. The light display is open from 7 p.m to 10 p.m until December 30th.

The Workman Family Christmas Light Display has over 20,000 lights and decorations! The house is one of the largest and finest holiday displays in the area. All of the lights are programmed to sync with holiday music!

Christmas Lights in Joplin Include:

612 Seville Circle Drive has their nativity scene, 50,000 Christmas lights, and a wooden Santa display set up this year! It takes the owners 6 weeks to put up and is free to the public.

The Spiva Park Christmas Light Show is open from 5:30 p.m to 10:30 p.m until January the 1st.

Other Christmas light display include:

Festival of Lights in Monett, MO. It is free to the public and open until December 31st. The display has millions of dollars worth of Christmas Lights and decorations, with more being added on every year!