Home on Horseshoe Trail in Huntsville continues tradition of eye-catching light show

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - This Holiday Lights display is one that you will want to see with your own eyes.  It's a tradition in south Huntsville, transforming the front of the house on Horseshoe Trail to Santa's magic castle every three minutes.

A light-up Santa, snow man, and a "Merry Christmas" don the roof.  The bushes are covered in colored lights and you can even see Santa flying away on his sleigh.

The homeowners have decorated their home since 1978, delighting drivers and getting neighbors in the spirit, too.  You're invited to get out of your car and walk around -- kids can even bring letters to Santa to put in the mail drop in the driveway.

This Saturday, Dec. 19 through Tuesday, Dec. 22, weather permitting, Santa, the Grinch, a polar bear, elves and Olaf will appear from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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