Prince Edward Island is home to lots of amazing Christmas Light displays across the province. While every community is home to their own favorites, there are some breathtakingly beautiful light displays that are worth travelling to see.
If you are travelling to see light displays on this beautiful island, please follow provincial guidelines in order to stay safe.
Prince County Hospital Lights for Light
For 25 years, the Prince County Hospital Lights for Light has been important part of the community. The light display comes on daily at 5:30pm every night until December 31, 2020. The light show starts at 7 pm and 8 pm. Turn your radio to 98.5FM to hear the music and watch the fantastic light show.
65 Roy Boates Ave, Summerside
Murray Harbour’s Lobster Trap Christmas Tree
Made from over 100 lobster traps, Murray Harbour’s Lobster Trap Christmas Tree is celebration of the holiday season and as a memorial. Many of the buoys on the tree are in memory of fisherman who were lost at sea. Details
Can we list a whole community as Christmas Light Display? I would say so in the case of North Rustico. From the massive tree to members of the community competing to have the biggest and brightest display, North Rustico just might be PEI’s Christmas capital. It is home to the famous “Christmas House”. There were even bus tours to North Rustico during the holiday season for the light displays.
Harry James Christmas Lights Extravaganza
Harry James’ Christmas Lights Extravaganza is back again. Take a walk through the yard to see the full display. The lights come on at dusk and stay on until midnight until January 1st. The lights are on all night on Christmas Eve so healthcare workers have the opportunity.
7 Wren Drive, Stratford
Hunters Creek Drive, Charlottetown
This fantastic musical light show is back again this year. Watch the lights flicker to holiday tunes. The show is in support of the Salvation Army. There are boxes to collect money and non-perishable food. The show runs until December 25th from 5 pm to 10 pm.
116 Hunters Creek Drive, Charlottetown
483 Pleasant Grove Road, York
A local favorite, Victor’s light show kicks off the holiday season in York. Thousands of lights decorate the house and light up the yard. Each year this spectacular show gets larger, and is worth the drive.
Trainor Light Show
2020 is the first year of this light show, and is taken over the “Gary’s Light Show” in Johnston River. Turn the radio to 90.1Fm and watch the beautiful lights flash along to the music. The show will run until December 31st from 5 pm to 10 pm daily.
340 Red Point Road, Johnston River
70 Morrison Beach Road, Georgetown
If you are looking for a massive amount of spectacular Christmas lights and a fantastic wood cut-out display, 70 Morrison Beach Road has you covered. The display runs from the house to the lawn in front of the trees. You can even walk on the lawn to take a better look at the amazing display.
493 Route 103, Kensington
A little out of the way, this display is definitely worth the drive. Featuring dozens of inflatables, candy canes, and thousands of sparkling lights, this display is magical.
14 Hugh John Way, Mt. Stewart
Drive by 14 Hugh John Way in Mt. Stewart if you want to see a nice alternative to holiday displays made up of thousands of lights. The fantastic display at this festively decorated home makes use of wooden cutouts, a few projectors, and just enough lights to brightly highlight the scene.
Borden Avenue, Borden
The highlight on Borden Avenue are 227 and 229. The neighbours work hard to create amazing light displays every year. Other homes on the street have great light displays to check out along your way.
12427 PEI Route 11, Tyne Valley
Near Enmore, this display features lots of iconic scenes made from wooden cut-outs lit with Christmas lights. All the wooden pieces are made by the home owners, so you can not see them anywhere else.
Riverside Drive, Morell
Tucked behind the Needs, Riverside Drive starts off with a bang with a snowman themed display. Giant inflatable snowman are surrounded by thousands of lights on this lawn.
3389 PEI Route 17, Montague
Known for having one of the biggest collection with over 50 inflatable, this display is worth the drive. If the weather is good, you can see the inflatable and the just over 8,000 lights display. In rough weather, the inflatables will be down, as they lost 36 inflatables in 2019.
The PEI Holiday Light Parade
Would it be the holiday season without giving back? Century 21 is giving up $2100 dollars back to the community for the first 100 homes to be added to their interactive map. Their headquarters is also decorated to get into the festive mood.
See the map below to tour all lighted houses compiled by Century 21.
Century 21 Colonial Realty, 111 St. Peters Road, Charlottetown