Where to see Christmas lights in Northwest Arkansas 2017

It’s almost Christmas, mamas! We’re so excited!

In case you missed it in our printable holiday events guide, here are some great places to see the twinkle of wonderful Christmas lights in Northwest Arkansas (if we missed your fave display, email mamas{at}nwaMotherlode{dot}com and let us know so we can add it!):

The Fayetteville Square. The lights illuminate the square each evening from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. You can also enjoy nightly carriage and pony rides, fresh hot chocolate and festive holiday music. The lights will remain up through January 1st, 2018. You can also enjoy some sparkle on the Bentonville Square, in downtown Rogers and downtown Springdale.

The Stewart Family Christmas Light Display. This is a big one! {Did you happen to see them on the Great Christmas Light Fight? They didn’t win, but it was fun seeing Fayetteville represented on the show!} This display has a walk-through pathway to enjoy lights and inflatables. There’s parking available and train rides for $1. The address is 4423 E Wyman Road, Fayetteville, 72701 and the display runs through Jan. 3.

Bentonville Heart Lites display. This is a family Christmas light display that runs 5:30-10:30 p.m., located at 3505 NW Edgewood Ave., Bentonville, 72712.

McKim Family Light Display, Springdale. The lights at this family display in Springdale are on Sunday-Thursday 5:30 pm-9:30 pm, Friday-Saturday 5:30-10:30. Tune to FM 91.1 to hear the music. 3506 Hamm Lane, Springdale, 72762

Dye Family Christmas-Cloverdale Lights, Rogers. Starts Nov. 24, 10537 Oak Tree Circle, Rogers. Family light show is sequenced to music and uses new technology lighting.

Conover Christmas Lights, Bentonville. This family light show is synced to music. Look for a sign at the house to let you know which radio station. This year the family is accepting donations for the new NWA Children’s Hospital. 3700 SW Plateau Blvd., Bentonville.

Concordia Retirement Center exhibit, Bella Vista. This extensive Christmas lights display covers a portion of Concordia’s beautiful 26-acre campus, now through New Year’s Day.

Great Passion Play Lights Drive-Through, Eureka Springs. Enjoy a forest of over 200 Christmas trees on the way to see the Christ of the Ozarks statue, which has a large Nativity scene in front. Dark through 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Sundays. They take donations on the way in and the museum/gift store is often open those evenings.