If you’re from Montreal, then you’ve probably heard of Sami Hajjar. If not, then you’ve most likely heard of his house! You know, the guy with the Christmas display house? The guy spends thousands of dollars every year to fully decorate his house for Christmas. He’s definitely bringing Christmas spirit into his neighborhood that’s for sure. His Christmas display house has become a Montreal tradition and everyone is always excited to see what he will come up year after year. Every year, Sami decorates his house with thousands of Christmas lights, inflatable decorations and Christmas music. This year is no different. In fact, Sami has confirmed that this year’s display will be even better then the previous years! Like that’s even possible!
This year for the 2018-2019 holiday season, Sami has a few tricks up his sleeve! Who can forget last year’s theme with Frozen Land? To say it was a success is an understatement. In fact, it was such a huge hit that people were lining up for hours just to get a sneak peek of Frozen Land. This year, Sami has announced that the theme for this Christmas display house will be Dream Land. Meaning, he’s going full Disney! With 5 times more decorations and Mickey and Minnie guiding you through the path, you can only imagine the success it will bring. Although this year is all about Disney, Sami has confirmed that there will still be a secret path that will guide you towards Frozen and Star Wars to please everyone.
bigger and better
Last year, Frozen Land had over 100,000 lights. This year, it’s been confirmed that there will be approximately 250,000 lights! That’s more then double the lights from last year! Not only will there be more lights, there will also be five times more decorations compared to previous years! There will also be synchronized music where there will be 5 different songs playing at 4 different hours of the day starting from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm.
The house has been open to public since November 23rd 2018
You can visit Dreamland every day of the week from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Address: 9035 avenue Jean-Bourdon, West Island