When to See It
5:30pm - 11:00pm
November 23 - December 31
What to See
Decorating since 1974
Added on Nov 27, 2017
News about Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court
We will be featured on ABC's tv show called the Great Christmas Light Fight!
Description of Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court
The Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court in Henrico, Virginia have been decorating their house for Christmas since 1974. Richmonders consider the Phifers one of the original displays that inspired the global phenomena called the Tacky Light Tour. They continue to be one of the must-see stops on the Tacky Lights Tour. They are the original winners of the original large Christmas light bulb Tacky Award from TackyLightTour.com in 2005. Plus, the Phifers were featured on the ABC channel's Great Christmas Light Fight in 2017. Up until 2022, their Christmas display spanned across two neighboring properties leading into a cul-de-sac that notoriously causes traffic jams involving vans, limos, party buses and 40-foot chartered buses. After the passing of Bobby Phifer's mother her property was sold and now the display is constrained to one property, but still jam-packed and over-the-top.
More info Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court
Between November 23 and December 31 from 5:30pm to 11:00pm see 1500000 Christmas lights on the Tacky Light Tour at Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court in Richmond. Phifers at 9604 Asbury Court has been part of the Tacky Light Tour since 1974.
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9604 Asbury Ct, Henrico, VA 23229
We live on a cul-de-sac, so please be mindful of our neighbors and be prepared to drive very slowly. Feel free to get out and walk to see things up close at your own pace.
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The Phifers have been decorating for decades and the last time I was there the display covered every square inch of two yards. The highlights include a huge tree that is meticulously wrapped from bottom to top and many custom made ornaments including famous cartoon characters. There is even a large Christmas tree made out of abandoned traffic signals. This is a must-see stop every year in the Richmond, Virginia area. Do not miss it!