Lights Around West Cobb

Holiday Lights Around West Cobb | Living in West Cobb

This post is being has been updated for 2016. You can view it here – http://marnafriedman.com/2016-holiday-lights-around-west-cobb/

As the holiday season begins, and with gas prices low, many residents in West Cobb may be interested in driving around to see the holiday light displays. Throughout our area there are holiday displays that charge a fee as well as homeowners that provide displays for free, although they may request a donation to a charity they have selected to donate to.

Holiday Lights Around West Cobb:

Just like the home decorators, we are working on updating our list for 2015. If you would like to be notified when we update the information – or have a home you would like included, please complete the information below. As your West Cobb & Paulding Realtor®, we like to keep you informed on local information.

Happy New Year! Our Holiday Lights map has expired for 2016. Please stay tuned for more local information, and of course, if you are looking to buy or sell a home, we are happy to help.

 

 

42 replies
  1. Tom Lewis
    Tom Lewis says:

    The whole neighborhood in the Maple Avenue Historic District in Marietta goes in and decorates the whole street. It’s pretty amazing.

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  2. Keliana
    Keliana says:

    1510 Ben King Rd Kennesaw, Ga had an amazing display last year. Everyone was out of their cars walking around it. I don’t think they are done putting them up this year yet though but it’s in the works

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  3. Sue
    Sue says:

    Thanks for including a link to Field Trips with Sue’s light displays. You’ve got a great list of homes here. I’m going to add a link to my light post as well. Happy Holidays.

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  4. C Raike
    C Raike says:

    Ben King Rd in a Kennesaw near Pine Mountain CC enterance has the largest light display I’ve seen in WestCobb… Beautiful!

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  5. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    How do you get to see the Biskup Family lights
    265 Jefferson Dr
    Dallas. 30132

    We went two nights in a row and it was gated. Closed each time.

    Ty

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    • Marna Friedman
      Marna Friedman says:

      Jessica,
      Not sure what is happening with the Biskup Family Lights. They actually sent me the information on their lights directly. Perhaps they turn them off on the holiday? But there are several others in Dallas you can check out.
      Marna

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  6. Claudia
    Claudia says:

    Hi Marna,
    Do you have info about Christmas lights display in other parts of Metro Atlanta and no only Cobb county? Thanks for the help.

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    • Marna Friedman
      Marna Friedman says:

      Claudia,
      There is a link in the article to some light displays intown, but this article was done specifically for the neighborhoods that most of my clients live in – which is predominantly Cobb County. I don’t know if any other real estate agents or communities did this.
      Happy New Year!
      Marna

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  7. Janice Russell
    Janice Russell says:

    My name is Janice Russell I am planning to bring a group of 30 to 35 people including children to see Christmas lights. Are you able to assist with trip. We have reserve a charter bus for sightseeing some of Atlanta Holiday Light. Please contact me be text or email jumpstartforkids@yahoo.com. Thanks

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