Earlier this month we told you about a bunch of Monmouth-Ocean houses that have some pretty spectacular Christmas light displays, but this Jersey house is incredible!

The Cranbury Christmas Lights display is at 128 North Main Street in Cranbury. It's been named New Jersey's Best Christmas Light display by several outlets and for good reason. This show features more than 135,000 lights - the Rockefeller Christmas tree doesn't even have that many lights!

The light show moves to 18 different songs and features the World's largest pixel tree. It's like a giant 20-foot TV in the shape of a Christmas tree. Think that's impressive? That's not to mention their 36-foot traditional tree.

Best of all, the Christmas light show raises money for the Food Bank. Last year Keith Shaw and his family raised $22,000. It's free to park and watch the show, but donations are strongly encouraged. Thank you Shaw family for all that you have done over the past 11 years!

Their three separate HOUR long Christmas shows light up from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The shows will run through December 27. Lights will not be choreographed on Christmas Eve.

Dress warm, and check out an awe-inspiring show! Click here for the Cranbury Christmas Lights official website. 

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