As holiday displays go, it’s hard to top the one at the top of the hill in Salt Lake City’s Avenues neighborhood.
Dubbed "Frosty’s Winter Wonderland," this display of lights, figurines and inflatables takes over an entire house and yard at 805 E. 18th Ave.
The house’s owner has accumulated the lights — and the increasingly rare illuminated plastic figures — for 20 years, and spreads the word about the display on a Facebook page.
If you venture up the hill to see the show, don’t forget to turn around for a bonus light show: The gorgeous view of Salt Lake City at night.
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