Wish you could visit Santa at the North Pole?

Don't worry, there's a house in Maine that will make you feel like you've been there.

It all goes down at 74 Mayfair Way in North Waterboro: A magical Christmas light display with thousands of lights just waiting for you to visit. And music, too!

Here's a Facebook video of some of the display in the snow:

While this has been an annual tradition for what has been deemed the North Waterboro Pole, there was some concern that the pandemic would prevent it from happening.

Thankfully, COVID couldn't stop the show from going on, but there were some alterations to this year's version because of it.

While their Facebook page mentioned holding off on some new additions and interactions (hopefully for 2021!) and there wouldn't be a regular walkthrough, there would still be plenty to see from the front road.

In fact, even more of the display was pushed to the front so it could be seen for people driving by.

And they did note that you can "certainly wander the driveway if you'd like."

The light show is FREE, and the lights will be on 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. right through Christmas.

Just make sure you aren't being a Grinch and blocking the neighbors driveways in order to check out this display.

And aside from the incredible light show, they have a donation box for the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital. Now that's showing some goodwill and Christmas spirit!

Jeff and Julie, the couple who put on this light display are hoping to be at 100 percent for 2021, so make sure to enjoy this 2020 version and fingers crossed for next year.

If you're looking for something to do before Christmas, there's still time to check it out! It's the perfect way to close out 2020 on a positive note.

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