|Friday, December 6th, 2019|
It is time to plan your tour of the best Tacky Lights in Richmond! Get out and see these over-the-top decorations and enjoy the holiday festivities. Browse our Tacky Lights guide updated for 2019 with new houses and information.
Here’s the full list of houses in the Richmond area lighting up with over-the-top, mega-wattage displays.
Chuck and Sherry Hudgins’ home at 6444 Little Sorrel Drive in Mechanicsville will be featured on the reality show Dec. 16.
Here are photos of most of the homes included on this year's Tacky Lights Tour.
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.
Don’t head to the James Center for the Grand Illumination this year, because it isn’t happening.
Dominion Energy GardenFest of Lights at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden's theme for this year is "Magic in the Air."
More from the Richmond Times-Dispatch
The RTD is excited to introduce an all-new volume in our popular hardcover coffee-table book series, "Richmond Memories III: Hidden Treasures from the 1800s Through Today." The book includes photos from the Greater Richmond area and is available now for $10 off the cover price.
Find fun holiday events happening in and around the Richmond area in our calendar listings!
Do you think your house should featured on the Tacky Lights List? Let us know about it! Houses on the list must have a minimum of 40,000 lights and be located in Richmond, Chesterfield, Hanover or Henrico.