Christmas Lights in Londonderry

Dec 10, 2013 No Comments by

Each year we drive around town to look at the lights here in Londonderry. This year readers have asked the same question: “Where are the best lights in Londonderry?” Londonderry has its’ famous spots which are classic locations on Hall Road, High Range Road, and Kendall Pond Road. You can still see a very colorful display on Peabody Row. We have seen houses with plenty of those blow-up decorations, the white light up reindeers, and just a beautiful wreath lit by a spotlight.

This is where we are calling upon the readers of Londonderry News. Do you have a favorite house or neighborhood that, every year, seems to get better and better? Is there one place, one town, that seems to take the cake for Christmas lights?

If you have a favorite place, we would like to know! Leave a comment on this story letting us and our readers know where the neighborhood or house can be found. It doesn’t have to be in Londonderry, but we would like to keep it within a one hour radius, driving-time. Be sure to tell why you love the location so much!

Some past comments from readers:
Heather Rojo
“The house on the Windham line on the corner of Anderson and Mammoth Road. It might be just over into Windham, but it’s very pretty. So is the Coach Stop restaurant! Drive up to the little parking area next to the pet cemetery and look at the airport all lit up at night, too (the little road that says “No parking” but everyone parks there), and imagine you’re going someplace exotic for the holidays.”

Chris Melcher
““12 Bancroft Road used to have enough lights up to land a plane, without exaggeration…they made it on WMUR at least once. They have toned it down the last couple years, but there is still quite a bit up and they don’t generally mind people driving down to see the display.”

Katherine
Alexander Road has a good display!!”

 

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