Find the best holiday decorations in Long Beach with our map. (And add to it)

We love maps here. Especially maps that tell us where to find all the coolest holiday decorations in Long Beach.

Our readers lit up Long Beach on Halloween with more than 100 displays on our map and used it to discover new parts of our city. Now we’re re-launching a fresh holiday light map for 2021. We want to see it filled with the best and brightest holiday displays to see from the car or on a walk.

Add your home or business address, your neighborhood, or your favorite light display within the city of Long Beach and we’ll add it to our map. It should show up as a little light bulb within a day or so.

We’ve already added a few to start with, including an hour-long light show extravaganza with special effects on Pattiz Avenue. This show involves 17,000 LED lights synchronized to music. It runs Sunday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m. until Jan. 3.

Check out our holiday light map here and check back often as our map fills up!

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Valerie Osier is the Social Media & Newsletter Manager for the Long Beach Post. She started at the Post in 2018 as a breaking news reporter. She’s a Riverside native who found her love for journalism while at community college. She graduated from the Cal State Long Beach journalism program in 2017 and covered the Palos Verdes Peninsula for the Daily Breeze prior to coming to the Post. She lives in Long Beach with her husband and two cats.