Holiday lights in the snow

Best Christmas light displays near Green Bay, WI 2019

In addition to Christmas trees, perhaps one of the most iconic holiday decorations you see this time of year are colorful lights. You can find vibrant holiday light displays across the Green Bay, WI area this time of year. Whether you’re looking for stunning displays that are set to music or static displays that you can drive through with your vehicle, you’re sure to find it all during the 2019 holiday season near Green Bay. Here are some of the many displays happening this year. Best of all, most are free! Which displays are your favorites?

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WPS Garden of Lights 
Green Bay Botanical Garden 
December 13-15 

Festival of Trees 
National Railroad Museum 
December 29-January 5 

Winter Jubilee Light Show 
Titletown in Green Bay 
December 5-28 


Santa’s Rock n Lights 
Brown County Fairground, De Pere 
November 22-December 31


Rotter’s Family Christmas Lights 
796 Glory Rd., Green Bay 
Open nightly from 5-11 p.m. 
(Check the family’s Facebook page for the current light display schedule.)


Christmas Light Show 
6844 Shanty Rd., Greenleaf 
December 25 from 5-11 p.m. 

Ben’s Wish – A Synchronized Holiday Light Spectacle 
N255 Rogers Ln., Appleton 
Starting on December 5 


Holiday Light Display 
W5989 Garnet Dr., Appleton  
December 2-31 

The North Pole 
1020 Prospect Lane in Kaukauna Industrial Park 
November 28-December 31 from 6-9 p.m. 

Where to see light displays in Green Bay, WI 2019 A house covered in holiday lights

  • W393 Alpine Dr., De Pere 
  • 1756 Lenwood, Howard 
  • Kalahari Drive in Green Bay 
  • Patriot Way in De Pere 
  • 1400 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 
  • 3348 Davies Ave., Green Bay 

Where are your favorite places to go near Green Bay to see incredible light displays? Did we miss your favorite local light show on our list? Let us know in the comments below! From all of us at Le Mieux Toyota, we hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season. Thank you for reading!