If you are looking for the best Christmas light displays in Bozeman, we've got them all listed right here! There is something so festive about driving around town on a winter evening checking out Christmas light displays. Put holiday tunes on the radio, bring some hot cocoa, and take a drive while getting into the holiday spirit. Scroll to the bottom for a map of more places for lights!
1. 15 S Western Ave
Western Avenue is always a spirited street, and Christmas is no exception! This home has gone all out. When you visit, keep driving north to enjoy some of the other awesome neighborhood lights. But please drive carefully! There are no sidewalks on this street.
3. 333 N Ferguson
This cute little house is so fun to look at and since it's located right on Ferguson Avenue, it's easy to do a quick drive-by! The yard is full of inflatables and the house is full of lights!
4. 313 Powder River Ave
For the past several years, this has been a go-to stop for Christmas lights! You can see the flashing lights as you turn onto the street. Once you have a good spot, tune into the radio station they show you in the yard and watch the lights dance to the holiday music. Definitely, one not to miss! In fact, you'll probably end up staying at this one for a few songs.
5. 904 W Babcock Street
This one is our personal favorite. There are no blowup Santa's, light shows or illuminated stars here. Just a house completely covered in Christmas lights and a ginormous Rudolph. It's seriously awesome.
6. 8670 Fowler Lane
This one basically feels like Santa's workshop. There are so many lights and inflatables as you drive through. Keep an eye out for the Grinch!
7. Downtown Bozeman
For the classic Christmas display experience, a drive down Main Street is a must. The stores are decorated, the lampposts are wrapped with garland and lights, and of course, there are the classic spider lights at each intersection. Make sure to go to the corner of Main and Rouse to see the big pines lit up in the Soroptomist Park. Stay in the downtown vicinity and drive through the historic neighborhoods (especially Willson Avenue!) to see the beautiful homes and light displays.
8. Westridge Subdivision
This neighborhood has a very special tradition on Christmas Eve, the largest luminaria display in town! Westridge Subdivision is southeast of Kagy and S. 3rd and it is quite a sight to see the street glowing with votive candles inside paper sacks. The tradition in Bozeman began in 1967 when a couple lined their sidewalk and driveway on Highland Court in remembrance of a young Billings boy they knew. It has grown over the decades and now the majority of the neighborhood participates. If you can't make it on Christmas Eve, some are lit in the days leading up and it's still a great area for holiday light displays.
9. Montana Hall
The center of campus glows with the lights on Montana Hall. You can drive by and get fairly close to see the lights, but this is also a good spot to stretch your legs and walk up to see it closer.
10. Emerson Cultural Center
Okay, this one isn't a huge Christmas display but there's something about the big pine tree in front of this historic building all lit up that feels so festive!
11. AED Building, 2928 Technology Boulevard
The entire area around Rosauers is beautifully decorated but we really love the lights on the AED building in the Bozeman Gateway shopping center. All the buildings here are so unique and the Christmas lights highlight that beautifully!
Belgrade Christmas Lights
1. Belgrade Senior Center - 92 E Cameron Ave
The Belgrade Senior Center is hosting a walk-through light display, which is a great way to get out and enjoy some fresh air while getting in the Christmas spirit!
2. 527 Red Barn Drive
We love a good light show, and this home does not disappoint! Park your car out front and enjoy the seriously festive light show.
3. 121 Keystone Drive
Large display of cute inflatables and lights!
4. 908 E Gallatin Drive
SO. MANY. INFLATABLES. That's all we're going to say.
Thanks to Jill at Ask Bozeman for creating this awesome map of all the Christmas light displays in the Gallatin Valley!