Visit Fairfax has made its list of the top five tackiest lights displays in the county — and homes in Vienna and McLean are included.
In McLean, the house at 6530 Heather Brook Court has a “Start” button for a 10-minute show set to music, according to the list. Over in Vienna, the house at 10203 Lawyers Road has lighted animals.
Visit Fairfax wants to remind people that the lights may be off when it’s raining or snowing.
Visit Fairfax also has tips for Christmas lights viewers, saying that 6-8 p.m. is the best time window for watching lights shows and that viewers should respect homeowners’ properties.
For people looking for more holiday lights, Tysons Reporter spotted several sparkly spots in the Ingleside and Langley areas of McLean.
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