An impressive display on the corner of 12th and Melrose features inflatable decorations and an interactive light display set to music

Alberni Valley all lit up for the holidays

Check out some of the best-decorated houses in town for the holiday season.

A stroll through town will reveal that plenty of Port Alberni residents are getting into the holiday spirit with Christmas lights, inflatable decorations and even interactive musical soundtracks.

Check out some of the best-decorated houses in town, most of them submitted by our readers to our Facebook page.

  • 6161 Beaver Creek Rd
  • 5505 Kitsuksis Rd
  • 5555 Kitsuksis Rd
  • 5006 Bush St
  • 5055 Indian Ave
  • 5008 Compton Rd
  • 4595 Arrowsmith Rd
  • 4810 Helen St
  • 4935 Leslie Ave
  • 4355 11th Ave
  • 3941 Maitland St
  • 4002 21st Ave
  • 3838 Whittlestone Ave
  • 2702 12th Ave
  • 2676 9th Ave
  • 4344 Bruce St
  • 4975 Neill St
  • Waterhouse Street
  • Westporte Place

 

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