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July 30, 2021

Map: Here's your guide to seeing holiday lights in Utah this year

SALT LAKE CITY — At last, we’ve made it to the end of the year. And it just so happens to be the most wonderful time of the year!

Christmas trees are adorning living rooms everywhere, Temple Square is lit, and holiday lights are hung on homes and trees across Utah.

If you’re ready for some holiday magic in the form of colorful lights, then we’ve got you covered on how to see them all this holiday season. Grab your coats and a hot beverage of your choice and get ready to see some magnificent light displays.

Use our map below to find locations near you* or submit your own using this form. You can also share photos of your location or the ones you visit by emailing them to [email protected]** (be sure to include the address of the location in the email). Click on the tree icons in our map to find holiday light displays across Utah, or click on the list icon on the left to see all the locations.

If you’re having trouble viewing the map, click here.

From all of us at KSL.com, happy holidays!

Editor’s note:This map is updated manually so it may take a day for your location to show up. We appreciate your patience.

*KSL.com has not verified how well these locations adhere to COVID-19 restrictions. Please use your best judgment and follow local health guidelines.

**By submitting a photo, you affirm you own or otherwise control each photograph/video/image submitted. Once submitted, Deseret Digital Media, the operator of KSL.com, and its affiliates shall have a non-exclusive right and license in perpetuity to use the photo/video/image, or any portion thereof, in any and all media throughout the world. This includes the removal of copyright stamps for on-air use.


KSL.com Staff

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