Who doesn't love Christmas displays filled with bright, colorful, twinkling lights illuminating the night sky?

The holidays are the time for spreading joy and cheer, and it's always nice to drive through different neighborhoods and see the light-up displays that people put up for the season. It's a free serotonin boost for everyone, and puts a smile on everyone's faces.

Thanks to a list provided by The FW, we now know 25 of the most over-the-top Christmas displays across the country. We're not talking about your everyday front lawn decorations (although we're big fans of those, too). Nope. We're talking about the places that give Clark Griswold from Christmas Vacation a run for his money. Remember this scene from the 1989 film?

Well, it turns out that a Maine location made it on The FW's list, and it's none other than the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay.

The Gardens are currently operating their Gardens Aglow exhibit which, according to the below Facebook post, is running Thursdays through Sundays now through December 31. The website provides more information about the iconic light display, which consists of "a new, reimagined design and more than 750,000 LED lights woven through 14 acres of central gardens."

How magical does this look? The Botanical Gardens are undoubtedly an amazing place to visit this holiday season. Whether you want to bring your partner, friends, or family, Gardens Aglow is sure to be a memorable experience for all.

Tickets for Gardens Aglow must be purchased in advance, so visit the Gardens' website to reserve yours today.

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