Here’s the full list of houses in the Richmond area lighting up with over-the-top, mega-wattage displays.
The RTD Tacky Lights page is your guide to over-the-top holiday light displays in Richmond, Virginia. Brought to you by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, our annual list is your guide to the best tacky lights in the area.
Here's a collection of our best tacky lights photos from the RTD archive. Some of these houses don't light up anymore. Check www.richmond.com/holiday/tacky-lights to see which houses are on this year's tour.
When Brett Aliotti puts on his big green Grinch mask this year, it will mark the 20th year he has dressed up as the Live Grinch and posed for pictures with fans in front of his home at 1411 Pennsylvania Ave. in Henrico County.
Tacky Lights is a Richmond-area tradition. But the neighborhood displays also bring issues, such as snarled traffic, drunken and disorderly behavior and people using the bathroom on lawns after a long night of partying.
If you can’t wait to start seeing Richmond’s Tacky Lights, you’re in luck.