November 18, 2019

The Must-See Dallas Christmas Light Displays Your Family Should Add to This Year’s Holiday Celebration

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The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching! Are you and your family looking for unique Dallas Christmas light displays to round out your holiday celebration? We have your list of the DFW-area holiday light events you simply cannot miss.

Dallas Zoo Lights

Every November, the Dallas Zoo transforms into a winter wonderland in celebration of the holiday season. Grab your family to experience the more than one million lights illuminating the zoo once the animals have gone in for the night. There will also be multiple photo ops, an Elves’ workshop with animal encounters, ornament making and much more. The Dallas Zoo has something for the entire family to enjoy this holiday season.

Texas Motor Speedway Gift of Lights

Turn your car into a sleigh with a trip through the extravagant light display at Texas’ pride and joy, the Texas Motor Speedway. After you and your family have made your way through the Drive-Thru Park, head over to Santa’s Village for a night at the North Pole. Starting November 29, the Speedway will be open for holiday fun. Stay up to date on special events throughout the Gift of Lights season at their Facebook page.

Enchant Christmas

Nothing says the most wonderful time of the year like a night spent exploring the “world’s largest” light maze! Enchant Christmas in Arlington’s Globe Life Park has something every member of your family will enjoy. Take pictures with Santa in his golden palace or rock around the venue’s festive Christmas tree. After working up an appetite skating on the frozen pond, head over to ChristKindle Market Lane to explore the food, drinks and other holiday goodies offered by more than 85 vendors. You and your family can round out the perfect holiday celebration with live music performances and maybe even catch up on some last-minute gift shopping.

Highland Park Neighborhood

Highland Park Christmas lights are a Dallas-area staple. This historic neighborhood boasts some of the most magnificent architecture and holiday light displays in North Texas. While it is free to walk or drive through the neighborhood, you can also rent a carriage to take you and your family through the historic district. While you are there, be sure to check out the Million Dollar Monarch—this 75-foot by 75-foot pecan tree serves as the site of Dallas County’s oldest tree lighting ceremony dating back to 1927.

Vitruvian Park Lights

See Addison’s Vitruvian Park flooded with holiday spirit during Vitruvian Lights! Every night from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., the park and its spectacular tree will be lit with cheer. You can also catch live music performances scheduled throughout the season. Mark your calendars for the November 29 lighting ceremony. You and your family can kick off the festival season with the spectacular tree lighting at 6 p.m. followed by live music, food trucks, Santa and his elves and so much more. The event will run from November 29 through January 1.

Christmas in the Square

Join the more than 750,000 visitors getting in the holiday spirit at Frisco’s free Christmas in the Square event. Sing and dance along with the largest choreographed lights display in North Texas set to all your favorite holiday hits. Enjoy skating, food, shopping and a toy drive to help you get in the spirit of the season by giving back to the community. You can also pick out the perfect tree for your family’s holiday décor at the Christmas in the Square tree farm. This is your one-stop-shop destination for all your holiday celebration and preparation.

Other Notable Dallas-Area Light Displays Include:

With so many Dallas Christmas light events to choose from, you and your family are sure to find the perfect way to get in the holiday spirit! The celebrations do not stop there, though. DFW truly has something for every season. Are you on the hunt for a home close to all the action? Explore available Britton Homes properties in Dallas to find your perfect holiday home base.