2022 will be Bob and Linda’s final year decorating.
Open throughout December, this spectacular home is worth a visit. Motivated by the memory of an adult daughter he lost, homeowner Bob Taylor and his wife Linda illuminate their block with zillions of Christmas lights radiating from their corner house.
We visited a few years back, and the owners of “The Christmas House” in the Glen Cove area of Vallejo were so sweet, greeting visitors on their front porch with candy canes, that my kids took a photo with them, and we joked that they were our new grandparents.
Walking around the perimeter of the home, guests will spot popular cartoon characters, a moving carousel wheel, and creative implementations of massive light strands. I made a mental note to experiment with aluminum foil on my tree next Christmas.
What to expect at the Christmas House in Vallejo
This is an individual family home, generously allowing the public to walk through their garden and yard after 5 pm.
Contributions to their electric bill are appreciated in a tip jar format. This venue also serves as a drop off station for new, unwrapped toys for “Toys for Tots”.
At the location on Glen Cove Road, families can park on the street or in an empty lot nearby (as of 2018).
Take a FREE, self-guided walking tour through this local holiday treasure. Path is stroller & wheelchair accessible. Spend ten to twenty minutes strolling through the walkway that leads past their front yard to the side yard.
Please note: Santa Claus and toys for tots collections do not happen in the rain. Be cool.
HOURS: 5 pm to 11 pm every night in December.
817 Old Glen Cove Road, Vallejo, CA