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These Honolulu Homes are Seriously Decked Out for Christmas

Take a mini road-trip around Honolulu at night for some free holiday fun with your friends and family.


​2020 Hillcrest St. (‘Ālewa Heights)


Photos: Enjy El-Kadi

With both sides of the yard covered in Christmas lights leading up to the house and an impressive variety of Disney characters (including Mickey and Minnie Mouse, a Minion, Elsa letting it all go in a snow globe and a few characters from Cars), this house is sure to be a favorite for kids and grown-up Disney fans alike.


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1287 Wilhelmina Rise




1248 Wilhelmina Rise


We couldn’t get enough of these homes lighting up each side of the street on Wilhelmina Rise. One of the homes has a spectacular showcase of giant inflatable characters, including Elsa and Olaf from Disney's Frozen, Frosty the Snowman casually chilling out, and Santa and his elves flying a plane instead of a sleigh. The home on the opposite side of the street featured a more traditional winter scene, with stockings hanging for each member of the family and an impressive stained glass nativity scene.



1722 Citron Street


The decorations on this home are whimsical and elegant, with candy canes lining the front yard, a decorated Christmas tree, Snoopy standing guard on the carport roof and a smiling, not-so-Abominable Snowman greeting passerby.



723 Hauʻoli St. (McCully)


Count down the days until Christmas with the special countdown display at this home, along with a Ferris wheel, gingerbread houses, a rocking horse with a paniolo rider, Santa in a hot air balloon and much more.



2306 Kuahea St. (Pālolo)


Classic blow molds of holiday favorites cover the front yard of this home, including Santa and Mrs. Claus, Frosty the Snowman, nutcrackers, a Nativity scene and more.


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