If you are dropping by Christmas Street in Sugarhouse make sure to visit Bible Street. This street doesn’t have fantastic lights, although most of the houses have lights on, but it does tell the Christmas story through Bible quotes.
Each house on the street has a large sign that is lit up and has a scripture on it. There are quite a few houses on the u-shaped street. The pictures are numbered so you know which sign to read first, and there are signs on both sides of the street. You read through the nativity scene and end with the Sermon on the Mount.
We always go slow and read each sign and talk about the true meaning of Christmas. It’s perfectly paired with Christmas Street, so it makes for a fun evening.
When you finish Christmas Street in Sugarhouse continue driving west on Blaine Avenue (it is directly west of Christmas Street) for about 2 blocks. That’s it. You’ll enter Bible Street headed west and turn to the left back to the east. Bible Street starts on the corner of Blaine Avenue and 1400 East. As the street heads back east it becomes Wilson.
If you live in Utah county, a new Bible Street has opened up in the small town of Salem. Check out our review of Christmas Story Murals.