31 Days Of Holiday Awesome: Extreme Christmas


This December we’re ushering out 2015 in a new way. Join us as we count down 31 Days Of Awesome and give you something new to do, see, make, eat, or buy every day in December. We love the holidays as much as the next cat, but these exhibits take Christmas to the extreme. This installment of holiday awesome shines light (a really, really, bright and colourful light) on extravagant Christmas displays. Read on if you wanna get Yuletide wild.

Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
This is a Christmas spectacle at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is rumored to be visible from space. But if you want to see this monstrosity of a display, 2015 is your last chance. After 20 years, the display of lights won’t be presented anymore. See more here.


Orchard Road Christmas Wonderland
Orchard road located in a popular shopping centre in Singapore, transforms into a huge Christmas wonderland for six weeks in the year. It also features a huge Swarovski Christmas tree with over 28 000 crystals on it. See more here and here.


Origami Tree
This tree at the American Museum of Natural History in New York is over 13 ft high and boasts over 1000 pieces of origami art. See more here.


Koziar’s Christmas Village
This Christmas village located in Pennsylvania is the biggest in the entire world, stretching 15 miles. It’s one of the most popular Christmas tourist attractions of the U.S and is over 60 years old. See more here.


Milt Hildebrandt’s Christmas Village
This 89-year-old has the biggest miniature Christmas village in the world. It consists of over 1000 items set up in two rooms of his Minnesota home. His wife started the village over 35 years ago. See more here.

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Bradesco Seguros Christmas Tree
This tree in Rio De Janeiro is the world’s largest floating Christmas tree at 278 ft. The lighting of the tree is one of the cities biggest events, complete with fireworks and synchronized lights. It’s as high at a 17-storey building and weighs 350 tonnes. See more here.