What better way to get in the holiday spirit than by viewing the colorful glimmer of Christmas lights each night? Deseret News has found an array of lights to see from now until the end of the year, whether it be in a residential area or in a commercial spot. Are there lights that we missed? Do you know of a great place to go? Comment below to continue to share that holiday spirit.

Temple Square
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Address:
50 NW Temple Street,
Salt Lake City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Details: Lights turn on each year the day after Thanksgiving and last until New Year's Eve.

Free concerts in the Assembly Hall and North Visitor Center are performed every evening. Joseph Smith Memorial Building performances are from 1 to 5 p.m. All concerts end December 23.

The nativity scene sits on the lawn of the North Visitor Center, and a narrated recording of President Thomas S. Monson shares the story of Christ's birth each day until New Year's Eve.

Valley Fair Mall
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Address:
3601 S. 2700 W.
West Valley City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Holdman Christmas

Details:
Enjoy three different songs synched to the Christmas light show. Shows begin at 5 p.m. and run at the beginning and end of each hour until 10 p.m. There are two different programs, according to Holdman.com.

Golden Spike Harley Davidson
Photo courtesy of: Golden Spike Harley Davidson via Facebook

Address:
8892 West Riverdale Rd.
Ogden

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Golden Spike Harley Davidson: Facebook

Details: Lights turn on at 6:30 every night and go until 11 p.m.

While enjoying the flashing lights, tune in to 92.3 FM for some Harley-Davison-esque music.

Hogle Zoo
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Address:
2600 Sunnyside Avenue (840 South)
Salt Lake City

Fee:
Adults: $7
Children (3-12): $5
Senior (65 and older): $5
Toddlers (2 and under): Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Hogle Zoo

Details: Enjoy Christmas lights among the wild animals. This year features a new 135-foot tunnel of light.

Different nightly activities such as kids crafts, ice carving and small animal encounters are fun for the whole family.

On New Year's Eve, enjoy an early countdown at 9 p.m.

ZooLights began December 1 and go until December 31 from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday, and 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

Heritage Park
Ben Brewer, Deseret News

Address:
2601 E. Sunnyside Avenue
Salt Lake City

Fee:
Adults: $10
Seniors (55 and over) $7
Children (11 and under): $7
Children 2 and under: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Heritage Park

Details:
Enjoy lights from December 7 to the 29, except Sundays, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The light show runs from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

Take a step back into time at Heritage Park's Christmas lights. Children will enjoy seeing Santa Claus and his real reindeer. Homemade crafts can be made in pioneer houses and a live nativity scene is presented.

Gateway
Mike Terry, Deseret News

Address: Located along 400 West in between 200 South and South Temple in Salt Lake City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Gateway

Details: The Gateway features 600,000 lights syncronized with music and the Olympic Legacy Fountain.

The lights are lit from November 17 to January 1. Shows begin every hour on the hour from 5 to 8 p.m.

Syracuse
Ravell Call, Deseret News

Address:
1600 S. 1100 W.
Syracuse

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Parking is available across the street.

Details: This home displays more than 32,000 lights synchronized to music. It includes a tribute to the family's son, who is deployed in the army.

Gallivan Center
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

Address:
239 S. Main St.
Salt Lake City

Fee: (If you go ice skating)
Adults: $8
Seniors and kids 12 and under: $7
Skates are included with each charge

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Gallivan Center

Details: Ice skate around Christmas lights this season.

Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Photo courtesy of: Forrest from Frosty's Winter Wonderland

Address:
805 E. 18th Avenue
Salt Lake City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Frosty's Winter Wonderland

Details: Lights brighten downtown Salt Lake from 6 to 11 p.m.

Christmas Street - Taylorsville
Photo courtesy of: Natalie Ockey, Utah Valley Family Adventure

Address:
3310 West 5350 South (Royalwood Dr.)
Taylorsville

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Christmas Street - Utah Valley Family Adventure

Details: This light show allows you to drive or walk around in order to view it. Each house has a billboard sharing parts of the poem,'Twas the Night Before Christmas.

Gville Lights
Erik Stromberg

Address:
542 Quirk St.
Grantsville

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Website: Gville Lights

Details: At this Grantsville home, lights twinkle and dance to music.

Thanksgiving Point
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News

Address:
3003 N. Thanksgiving Way
Lehi

Fee:
Car (up to 12 passengers): $8
Members: $4
Military (with ID): $6
Bus (13 or more passengers): $25
Trolley: $3 per person
Wagon $3 per person

Reserved trolley (up to 30 people): $75
Reserved carriage: $40
Reserved wagon (up to 30 people): $90

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: The event is meant to drive through. However, customers can choose to park the car and take the trolley, wagon or carriage.

Website: Thanksgiving Point

Details: Take a drive through Christmas light displays that span more than a mile.

The lights shine from November 23 through December 29 from 6 to 10 p.m.

Lehi
Photo courtesy of: KSL.com

Address:
2513 N. 380 W.
Lehi

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Lehi home- KSL

Details: Each night until January 3, 100,000 lights light up the Sorensen family home. Lights come on from 5 to 10 p.m. with the display lasting 35 minutes.

Provo Winterfest
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News

Address:
Downtown Provo

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Provo Winterfest

Details: See the lights in downtown Provo to bring in the holiday spirit. Join other locals for New Year's Eve and for fun activites such as dancing, watching balloon artists and awaiting the New Year's countdown.

Salem Pond
Jason Olson, Deseret News

Address:
About 100 W. 300 S.
Salem

Fee: Free (Unless you take the carriage ride, which is $45 for a 30 minute ride)

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: No, visitors are asked to drive around the light show.

Website: Salem City Pond town Christmas

Details: Enjoy an extraordinary display of lights in Salem with lit Christmas trees in the water. Lights are on display from November 23 until January 2, 6 to 11 p.m. every night.

Provo River Cruise
Photo courtesy of: CLAS Ropes Course

Address:
3606 W. Center
Provo

Fee:
$8 per person
2 years and younger: free
Reserve the whole boat (40 seats):
$195 (Monday, Friday and Saturday)
$175 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Provo Christmas Cruise

Details:
Enjoy an opportunity to see Christmas lights by boat. Santa even stops for a visit on his canoe. Bring a blanket and warm clothes, because the boats are uncovered.

Departures are every 30 minutes beginning at 6:30 and going until 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and 9:30 on Friday and Saturday.

Rides are 25 minutes.

City Creek
Ben Brewer, Deseret News

Address:
50 South Main Street
Salt Lake City

Fee: Free to see the lights. There is a fee to have a photo with Santa.

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: City Creek

Details: Enjoy a spectacle of lights while doing holiday shopping. Macy's has a holiday candy display in its windows, and people can take photos with Santa.

City Creek has made it more convenient to see Father Christmas by creating a virtual line, so attendees can continue shopping and dining. Texts will be sent to shoppers to let them know when it's their time to see Santa.

Shops close at 9 p.m.

Christmas Street - Sugarhouse
Mike Terry, Deseret Morning News

Address: 1500 East 1735 South (in a cul-de-sac)
Sugarhouse

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Utah Valley Family Adventures

Details: Enjoy this 60-year tradition of a neighborhood decorating the street for all to enjoy. Walk or drive around the cul-de-sac. If you drive, be careful of the Christmas tree in the middle of road, Natalie Ockey, owner of the Utah Valley Family Adventure blog, warned.

Clearfield
Ravell Call, Deseret News

Address:
33 S. 1300 W.
Clearfield, Utah

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Details: Enjoy more than 12,000 lights every day of the week in this neighborhood display. The lights are on from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5:30 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Spanish Fork- Festival of Lights
Michael Brandy, Deseret News

Address:
Canyon View Park, 3300 E. Powerhouse Rd.
Spanish Fork

Fee:
Per car: $7
For a large passenger van or vehicle towing a trailer: $20 (per trailer)
Bus: $30

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: No. The Festival of Lights is meant to be driven through.

Website: Spanish Fork - Festival of Lights

Details: The Festival of Lights kicks off its 20th anniversary this year.

Lights turn on nightly from 6 to 10 p.m. from November 22 through January 1.

Holiday music can be heard on 99.9 FM as people enjoy their car ride through the Christmas lights.

Neff Circle
Photo courtesy of: Natalie Ockey, Utah Valley Family Adventure

Address:
2555 Neff Circle
East Millcreek

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Neff Circle

Details: The display, which is coordinated with music, lasts five songs. The music is found on 92.1 FM and there's a five-minute wait after the last presentation, according to Utah Valley Family Adventures.

5610 S. 700 E. Ogden
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Address:
5610 S. 700 E.
Ogden

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Details: This holiday display is modeled after "The Nightmare Before Christmas." Enjoy lights throughout the week.

The Shops at Riverwoods
Keith Johnson/Deseret Morning News

Address:
4801 N. University Ave.
Provo

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Provo Riverwoods

Details: Enjoy the Christmas lights shining through this outdoor mall while shopping and dining.

Bible Street
Ravell Call, Deseret News

Address:
Wilson Ave. and Blaine Ave
Salt Lake City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Details: Each house displays scripture verses from Luke 2, telling the story of the nativity.

Christmas Village
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

Address:
Downtown Ogden

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Christmas Village

Details: Since 1962, Christmas Village has become a tradition for local families. Families can see cottages resembling Santa Claus's home in the North Pole.

Monday through Saturday, children can see Santa at his castle in the evening.

Lights turned on after Thanksgiving and will continue to shine until January 1. Through this time, attenders can watch three live performances in the amphitheater, Tuesday through Friday.

Hooper Holiday House
Photo courtesy of: Hooper Holiday House

Address:
4858 S. 5050 W.
Hooper

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Parking: Yes

Website: Hooper Holiday House

Details: This year, the Goodrich family is showcasing more than 15,000 animated lights. View the lights while listening to Christmas music on 90.5 FM.

Winder Lane
Winder family

Address:
4400 West 4100 South
West Valley City

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential, leading into a commercial area

Parking: Parking is available in the commercial area.

Website: Winder Farms: EnjoyUtah.org

Details:
Each homeowner light up the neighborhood around 6:30 to 9 p.m. at night until Christmas.

After driving through the lane, Winder Farms sells hot scones and hot chocolate and egg nog for visitors to enjoy. The store is open from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

On Thursday nights, take pictures with Santa from 6 to 8 p.m.

Fantasy at the Bay
Photo courtesy of: Fantasy at the Bay

Address:
Willard Bay State Park, Take Exit 357 on I-15

Fee: $9 per car

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Website: Fantasy at the Bay

Details: Hosted by Willard Bay State Park, Fantasy at the Bay allows customers to drive through the holiday display or enjoy a free wagon ride through it.

Lights can be viewed November 23 through December 31 from 5:30 until 10 p.m. every day of the week.

Santa visits nightly through December 23. On Monday and Tuesday kids can decorate cupcakes with Mrs. Claus.

Visitors can also enjoy s'mores by a campfire.

Layton Park
Brian Nicholson, Deseret Morning News

Address:
437 N. Wasatch Dr.
Layton

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Commercial

Parking: Yes

Details: Lights dance to music from the Trans Siberian Orchestra from November 22 through January 1

Orem
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Address:
936 S. 200 E.
Orem

Fee: Free

Residential or Commercial: Residential

Details: Two houses light up Orem with more than 25,000 lights. Visitors can listen to 93.7 FM to enjoy music while seeing the lights twinkle.