Cranbury Christmas Light Show Returns on December 1st

CRANBURY-Ten years ago, Keith Shaw and his family put up a Christmas display in front of their home with 10,000 lights and it just kept growing.  Today, the Shaw family Christmas display has over 130,000 lights and has been featured on the national hit television show “The Great Christmas Light Fight”.

The display runs through November at their home at 128 North Main Street in Cranbury where over 100,000 lights dance to music!

The Christmas Display will light up from 6:00pm and will turn off at 9:00pm on the following dates in December.

December 1st, 2nd, 3rd
December 8th, 9th 10th
December 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th
December 19th 20th,21st, 22nd, 23rd
December 25th , 26th, 27th.

All lights will be on from November 29th and will be on the nights not listed above however if the date is not listed above there will be NO MUSIC these nights.

“It is free to come and see our house, the most important part of this display is that it brings joy to you. For those who are able, remember we put up this display for Charity. We ask that you think about this night watching our display as a night out at the movies and what it would cost for your family when you are thinking about how much to donate,” Keith Shaw said. “We spend countless hours throughout the year to make this display possible so that it will help so many in need. 100% of all donations go to the Local Food Bank and 100% of all donation we provide to them go directly to those in need! Please give generously.”


Make sure you park nearby as you have to park and walk to see the attraction. No parking is allowed in front of the home.

Due to zoning issues with the township, the Shaws can only have the lights and music together on 20 nights this year. That is 12 less than last year.

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