West Seattle Christmas lights: Three displays in Admiral

Merry Christmas! We’re suddenly running out of holiday time to show you the great displays people have sent tips about, so this time around we have three, all in the greater Admiral area – two from tips, one that we spotted near a tipped location. Above, the red-and-green-lit skyline is in the yard that every Halloween is transformed into the stage for the amazing animatronics of Skeleton Theatre, 36th/Hanford (thanks to the person who texted us about it today). Not even a full block south, we found this home, where the lights (adorning its side as well as its front) are even grander than our photo suggests:

And then a mile west, we checked out a cute sight – a candy cane in lights, on and in a tree in the 2700 block of 48th SW:

All three are now added to this year’s WSB West Seattle Christmas Lights map.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Christmas lights: Three displays in Admiral"

  • Joan Bateman December 26, 2011 (2:14 am)

    Having grawn up on the East Coast, I am used to the Christmas Holidays extending into January in observance of Russian Christmas.

    The lights in West Seattle are so beautiful and have attracted so many on-site viewers. I can’t help but think if the WS Blog could extend coverage another week or so, many would be grateful.

    This is really a wonderful community activity.

    Thank you.

    Joan Bateman

    • WSB December 26, 2011 (6:19 am)

      Joan … I actually do plan to go light-seeing this week, as not much else is going on. But some people do turn their lights off after Christmas … I hope all the spotlighted displays keep the “till New Year’s” tradition … I did take Christmas night off, though. TR

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