2020 Christmas Tour of Lights Results

Historic Waxahachie, Inc. is pleased to announce the winners of  the 2020 Christmas Tour of Lights.

The public was asked to vote to determine the most deserving historic residences for this year’s Historic Waxahachie Christmas Tour of Lights.  Voters were able to cast their choice online or in person at a variety of local businesses.

The votes have been tallied and the results are as follows:


First Place

1001 W Main St – The Bonnell family’s red & white outlined turn-of-the-century Victorian farmhouse features numerous Christmas trees and illuminated sidewalk.









Second Place

233 Patrick St – A traditional & elegant Queen Anne styled house with wreathed fence that is the 19th century nationally registered historic home of the Allen family









Third Place

707 W Marvin Ave – The McDivit’s pre-1930 historic residence adorned with icicles and candy-cane wrapped posts









Honorable Mention:

304 Cynisca St – An artistic landscape lighting approach produced a surreal experience at the Smith’s 1920’s Craftsman home








212 John Arden Dr – Large angels, a lighted cupola and wreaths above the window boxes on the 1930’s cottage home of the Martinez family








905 W Main St – Brightly lit sleigh and reindeer are prominent holiday decorations at the late 19th century cottage home of the Smith family









Those voting were also entered into a drawing for a gift basket.  The winner of the gift basket was Pat Smith (shown with her husband, David):