LIGHTS: West Seattle’s own ‘Charlie Brown Christmas’ carries on

Tonight’s featured display is an annual favorite that just might be the longest-running one in West Seattle. Don Rice sent the photo of his display on 47th between Walker and Hill [vicinity map] and notes, “Charlie Brown and the gang have lived at this location for more than 40 years.” He added. for those who go to see it, there’s more to admire nearby: “If you head north from Admiral Way on 47th. there are 2+ blocks with lights. Merry Christmas to all!” We’re adding it to our list of lights in the West Seattle Holiday Guide; you can also scroll through our Christmas-lights archive to see every place we’ve featured. Got a suggestion, with or without a photo? – thank you!

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5 Replies to "LIGHTS: West Seattle's own 'Charlie Brown Christmas' carries on"

  • Chelle December 17, 2020 (8:26 pm)

    I’ve always loved this Christmas display, ever since I was a little kid! Thank you for keeping it going.

  • DumplingGirl December 17, 2020 (9:26 pm)

    We stop by to see these lights every year. Thanks to the homeowner for continuing the tradition!

  • Gina December 18, 2020 (8:19 am)

    Thanks for continuing the tradition from the previous location near the famous Gai’s display! (way back when…)

  • Sarah December 18, 2020 (12:58 pm)

    We love that folks enjoy the display. This is the 45th Christmas that Charlie Brown and the rest of the Gang have been up on 47th SW. Prior to that, they were in Arbor Heights for 10 years. The display near Gai’s was a different family (not us) and a little smaller scale, but really cute. We miss that one.

  • A neighbor December 21, 2020 (9:48 am)

    Thank you!!! We look forward to seeing these on evening walks every year.   

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