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Check Out the ‘Tacky Lights Tour” in Richmond VA

imageRichmond, Virginia’s renowned "Tacky Lights Tour" attracts thousands of wide-eyed Christmas enthusiasts each year. It has been featured on TLC’s ‘Crazy Christmas Lights’ and in ‘Merry Christmas, America’ by Bruce Littlefield

Houses all over town are dripped, drenched and double-dipped in thousands of lights for the holiday season.  It’s a Richmond tradition where the tackier the house is decorated, the longer the line around the block to see it.

To out-of-towners, the Tacky Lights Tour is a self-guided tour where you can drive around town – from the Northside to the Southside, from Short Pump to Mechanicsville – and see the houses all decked out in holiday lights.

Or you can go the professional route and rent a limo or hop on a bus to see the Tacky Lights.  There’s a whole lotta ways to do it and over 30 nights to see the lights throughout the holiday season.

The Tacky Lights Guide features a full list of houses on the tour, a pop-up Google map, driving directions, photos, videos and more.

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