Chilly nights, Christmas lights; it's the holiday season in El Paso!

From neighborhoods transformed by charming old-school decorations to our very own Christmas Light Fight winner's synched-to-music light show, here's where to find the most festive lights around town.

  • Fred Loya House

    The eight-minute laser and light show features over 450,000 multicolored lights set to music, as well as complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, and free photo opportunities with Santa and his elves before and after each show. [Info + Map]

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  • Downtown El Paso

    New lighting and decor at San Jacinto Plaza, and the Winterfest celebration has made downtown El Paso the holiday picture taking destination [Info]

    City of El Paso
  • Eastridge Neighborhood

    Around 60 of the East side subdivision residents adorn their homes and yards in lights and holiday displays. Lights go on beginning at sundown. [Info + Map]

    El Paso Museum of History
  • Ascarate Park

    The Lights on the Lake displays, located next to the lake in front of the pavilion, are lit nightly from sundown to 8 p.m. No car entrance fee Mon - Fri, $2 Sat and Sun. [Map]

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  • El Paso International Airport

    The city has decked out the trees and lawn areas along the road that leads to the airport. 75,000 lights decorate trees and ten 9-foot tall displays in the shapes of gift boxes, ornaments and stars like the ones in San Jacinto Plaze have been placed along Terminal Drive.

    City of El Paso
  • Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso

    The trees lining the pathways are decked out in their Christmas best with thousands of sparkling lights that turn the campus into a luminous wonderland. Take a chill walk down the sidewalks and pose for pics in front of or inside the beautiful archways. The lights are lit beginning at sundown through January 5. [Map]

    Tommie Morelos