OLD HICKORY, Tenn. (WKRN) – An Old Hickory family is once again lightning up the neighborhood to honor their daughter.
London’s Lights, a display of thousands of holiday lights, flipped the switch at 5 p.m. Thanksgiving evening.
It’s the fourth year to pay tribute to London Henn, who died just before the age of two a few years ago.
London would have been five years old on December 5 this year but died three years ago when she was accidentally run over.
This year’s display has more than 100,000 lights at the Henns’ home at 513 Granwood Boulevard in Nashville
That’s 120 hours of work, 4,000 staples, and 7 miles of lights.
They expect thousands of cars to pass by this year with thousands and thousands of visitors.
Those passing are encouraged to drop off toys for London’s Toy Drive at the house.
Admission is free, but visitors are encouraged to bring a toy donation for the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
To learn more about London’s Lights, visit their Facebook page.