Toronto Christmas Lights

The 5 most outlandish holiday lights in Toronto

Holiday lights are all ablaze in Toronto this year and some homes and public spaces have gotten into the spirit with even more outlandish displays than in years past.

Here's a round-up of the most outlandish and awesome holiday lights in Toronto this year.

165 Benjamin Boake Trail

Roughly 50,000 LED lights cover the De Sario family home each year in a display that supports Sick Kids Hospital.

Glenlake Avenue and Dorval Road

This Toronto home might just have the most over-the-top and playful Christmas lights display in the entire city. The giant Rudolph is the star and is happy to greet those passing by.

188 Brock Avenue

Each year the D'Elia family completely deck out their home in the kitschiest way imaginable. There's even a Christmas countdown clock that'll remind you when Saint Nick takes flight.

Casa Loma

This holiday season Toronto's only castle has transformed into a magnificent winter wonderland. Light displays have been installed all across the grounds for their Magical Winter Nights series.

CF Toronto Eaton Centre

This year Eaton Centre got a major Xmas tree upgrade with the unveiling of the country's biggest Christmas tree. This beauty stands at an astonishing 100 feet tall and can be seen all through the mall.

Lead photo by

Aaron Navarro


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