If you're looking to boost your spirits before the big day or want to do something memorable with friends and family that are visiting for Christmas you should pack up the car and head for the Wisconsin border. Check out the incredible pictures below.

This amazing attraction is located right across the border and features a ton of holiday lights and displays. Organizers added 2-million additional lights this year to the already massive display and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

Sam's Christmas Village added 2-million lights brining the total number of bright bulbs on display up over 10-million! This magical winter wonderland will be closed Christmas Eve but open every other day  through New Year's.

Sam's Christmas Village Features 10-Million Lights!

If you are looking for something fun, festive, and safe to do you should take your family to Sam’s Christmas Village! 

Imagine all of the incredible memories you'll make with your family at a place like Sam's Christmas Village! Another awesome Holiday attraction that I highly recommend is the Kiwanis Holiday Lights in Mankato.

Minnesota’s Longest Drive-Thru Light Show Is In Mankato

The Kiwanis Holiday Light Display is located at Sibley Park in Mankato. The holiday display is free to the public but cash donations are accepted. All money collected is given to area non-profits.

The Kiwanis Holiday Lights is the longest drive-through light show in Minnesota. The attraction is located at Sibley Park in Mankato and there is no admission charge. (Guests are asked to make a donation which is then given to local charities.)

My family has been going to Mankato to see this amazing attraction and to visit with Santa for the last 8-years and we always have a great time.

Over the last several weeks we've been asking listeners to help us light up southeast Minnesota and we've received a ton of pictures from people showing off the holiday display they have at their home. Check out our interactive map that shows the best Christmas displays in southeast Minnesota.

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