The Mesmerizing Christmas Display In Portland With Over 1 Million Glittering Lights
Christmas is a magical time of year. Crisp air, holiday caroling, and epic light displays usher in the season like no other. To enjoy an amazing display of lights, head to this local historic home all dressed up with over one million lights to dazzle the whole family.
This private estate transforms into a holiday masterpiece each year.
Used primarily as a wedding and event venue, the historic home and grounds is beautifully manicured and a treat to tour.
Named The Miracle of a Million Lights, everything here is festive come December.
Sitting on 2.5 acres, the display is immense.
The home, named Victorian Belle, was built in 1885.
The stately Queen Anne Victorian home dazzles when decorated each year.
With over 35 decorated trees and themed rooms to explore, this is one fun Christmas tradition.
Nightly music and entertainment makes the two-week celebration all the more festive.
Kids and adults alike will love the full railroad train display on the grounds.
Everyone will also enjoy the hot chocolate and s'mores with Rudolph as well.
There will be arts and crafts to keep the littlest of visitors entertained.
An outdoor movie will also be shown nightly to keep things fun and festive.
This fun holiday tradition is just what your family needs this holiday to celebrate the season.
It is a great opportunity to tour a historic home in the city and see things in a whole new light.
The Miracle of a Million Lights runs nightly from December 9 through 23.
It is open from 6 pm to 10 pm nightly. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for students, $4 for seniors and kids under 3 are free.
Victorian Belle is located at 1441 N McClellan Street in North Portland.
It can be accessed from the Yellow Line Max station at Kenton/N. Denver Max Station.
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