Use This Map to Find the Most Unusual Holiday Decorations in Your Area.

This year, festive decoration has taken on new meaning for people who have been locked in their homes for much of 2020. Not only does planting a tree or taking out a menorah give the interior a festive feel, but you also have a whole second canvas to work with outside. From giant houses with driveways (and / or moats) to apartments with balconies (or fire escapes), people have started decorating their holidays this year.

Also, while there are such limited (safe) entertainment options, driving a car or walking while looking at the holiday lights gives people the opportunity to do something else – for at least a few weeks. (Think of it as a very large, spread out installation of public art.) In most years, sets and lights tend towards the end of the year (although who knows what will happen this year). And considering that today is December 24 – aka Christmas Eve – this is one of your last chances to admire these sights.

But what if you don’t have time to waste time driving (or walking) looking for the best displays? Well, you don’t need it anymore thanks to this interactive Festive Mood map. Here’s how to use it.

How to use the holiday lights map

This interactive Holiday Mood map is the result of the most natural brand partnerships for something like this: the Nextdoor app and the Hallmark channel (in particular, their Countdown to Christmas ). And yes, to use the card, you need to download the Nextdoor app (although that doesn’t mean you’re going to be using it after the end of the year).

Once you’ve signed in to the app, visit the Support Map section and start planning the perfect route to see all of the holiday lights. And if you have any questions or need help, this page should help with that . The card will be launched before the end of the year.

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