Welcome to PlymouthLights.com, home of Christmas at the Fischer's Place -- the annual Christmas lighting display of Tim and Cathy Fischer and family. We are located in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota in the city of Plymouth.
Our display features lights that "dance to music" through computer-controlled programming and songs broadcast over an FM frequency (103.3) so you can watch the display in the warmth of your car as you enjoy the light show. This "light show" concept was introduced to our display in 2003, and to the best of our knowledge was the first Christmas display in the Twin Cities to do this. For 2013 we used over 5100 computer-controlled lighting circuits, including both Light-O-Rama and DMX lighting protocols, to animate the display to the music. For more technical information on how everything works, see the buttons to the left.
Our 2013 display finished the season on December 31, but we have posted pictures and videos of it on our Display 2013 page.
Many have asked us why we decorate
to the extent that we do. This link will answer that
question for you. We hope you'll take some time to
reflect on the Meaning of Christmas (please click the
link if you're not sure what that means). You can also learn how
we got started.
We are both music lovers,
and obviously Christmas lovers as well. Thus, we have an extensive
collection of Christmas music. We've highlighted some of our favorites on this
page. We also have a brand-new Christmas Movies
page featuring some of our favorites.
This site gets additions and modifications regularly throughout the year-- to find out what's the latest, see the What's New page
Enjoy, and be sure to send your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Our display has been featured by a variety of local and national media outlets in the past, although in recent years we have declined most media interview requests.
This page was last updated on Saturday, January 18, 2014