Waverly, Iowa Christmas Lights

Wiechmann Winter Wonderland was started well over 20 years ago as a small light display consisting of of a few strands of lights and a couple light up soldiers. It has since developed into an extravagant light show requiring months of planning, programing, and set up. Our display is located at 103 Eliasen Avenue in Waverly, Iowa. Our show runs every night through the month of December starting at 5:00pm. For a complete show schedule or for more information about our display, visit us at www.wiechmannwinter.com

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Alanna says ... on Sunday, Dec 8 at 11:03 PM

Wow that really was amazing! Happy holidays! Keep up the good work.

Vicky says ... on Friday, Dec 21 at 10:42 PM

That is so cool. Keep up the good work.

Dave says ... on Saturday, Dec 15 at 2:01 AM

Again John, you floored me! I'm trying to find out what happened in the hood today. But you and Kendra and Zach have a great holiday! Love ya all, Dave

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