Other Displays to see:

Middle Peninsula/Peninsula Area:

Franktronics - Gloucester
3618 George Washington Memorial Highway, Hayes, VA
http://lightshow.franktronics.net/
Frank is at the forefront of light display technology. He controls thousands of RGB pixels with nearly 10,000 channels of control, at last count. His pixel-strip tree is a must see, and so are his singing trees!

(To give you some perspective: I control roughly 200 channels, and blink entire strings on and off to create effects. Frank controls over 10,000 channels - each bulb is individually controllable, allowing him to create breathtaking effects that will blow your mind away!)

Stern Family Light Show - Newport News
108 Sheffield Way, Newport News, VA
https://www.facebook.com/SternFamilyHolidayLightShow
If you find yourself crossing the Coleman Bridge, you need to stop by this display off of Warwick Blvd less than 2 miles from the Walmart/Sams Club. Computer controlled and well syncronized to music, you really must to stop by and watch. I enjoyed watching this display for the first time in 2013.

I'll be updating this list with my "favorites" in Richmond, Northern Virginia, and Hampton Roads as I have time to gather their information.