Here’s a list of the top 5 holiday attractions in DFW this year! There are so many new attractions, so if you’re looking for a new tradition, now is the time to make those reservations.
This magical event is coming to Globe Life Park in Arlington this Christmas! Enchant is the World’s largest Christmas Light Maze and Market! And it’s debuting this holiday season!
I can’t wait for Enchant! I’m giving away 4 tickets to visit soon, so make sure you follow along for details!
Tickets just went on sale, and you don’t want to miss out!
The Hilton Anatole is beautiful year-round, but mostly during the holiday season.
From Breakfast with Santa to Peppermint Park activities for children, this is one of my favorite Christmas experiences in Dallas. (Imagine holiday shows, train rides and light displays!)
3. Christmas Shows
Irving Berlins’ White Christmas will head to Dallas Summer Musicals December 5-10th with shows at Bass Hall in Fort Worth beforehand.
You can also check out How The Grinch Stole Christmas at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, plus Christmas themed shows at Casa Manana in Fort Worth.
The Gaylord Texan Resort transforms into a holiday festival from November to December. From snow tubing, an outdoor ice rink, gingerbread cookie decorating, snowball throwing and ICE!, you can definitely spend a full day at the Gaylord Texan this Christmas season.
ICE! is a walk through holiday attraction kept at a chilly 9 degrees featuring two million pounds of hand‐carved ice sculptures and five ice slides! This year’s theme is ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas — make sure you use the coupon code “HUSTLE” to save 50% on tickets!
*We go every year! Read our experience here.
Magical Winter Lights, Houston’s annual lantern festival and holiday celebration, is expanding to Dallas-Fort Worth in partnership with Lone Star Park. The festival bases its designs from Chinese lanterns and transforms them into larger-than-life remakes of well-known landmarks. This event runs from November 17 through January 7, 2018.
Prairie Lights, a holiday light park featuring a two-mile drive through 4 million lights, will run from November 23 through December 31, 2017.