This weekend we welcome the beloved holiday month of December! Just like we all were warned, Halloween and Thanksgiving went zipping by us like Olympic runners in a relay. Gone! Just like that! Thankfully, this is the most wonderful time of the year filled with so much to make us joyful! One of which is seeing beautiful holiday lights lining neighborhood streets! If you are looking for something even bigger and better, here are a few great places in the DFW area to see and taste the Christmas cheer!
Christmas in the Square (Frisco, TX): Join in on the fun and take a carriage ride, see a train display, enjoy family fun, food trucks, and even a parachuting Santa (on December 15th only)! What more can you ask for? Well, they have it: a 3-lane inner-tubing snow slide (on Dec. 15)!
Holiday Lights Parade (Arlington, TX): December 1, 2012 ~ 6pm. Join in on the annual fun of a festive light parade that ends in the lighting of the Christmas tree at City Hall. Bring your camera and get your picture taken with Santa, too!
Holiday in the Park (Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TX): Six Flags is not just for roller coaster thrills this season! Fill the car with loved ones and head on over to see twinkling lights, extravagant decorations, seasonal scents and tasty treats. The rides will be breathtaking and the shows heartwarming!
Lone Star Christmas at Gaylord Texan (Grapevine, TX): Since everything is bigger in Texas, it’s no surprise that you’ll see one-and-a-half million twinkling lights at the Gaylord Texan. Feast your eyes on 12,000 ornaments, a 52 foot tall rotating Christmas tree, and a life-sized real Gingerbread house! Their amazing ICE show features a Merry Madagascar this year. So much to see – so little time!
Add to the festive fun with the best Christmas Baskets from Texas Treats! A perfect gift for friends coming into town to spend the holidays with you or for your family road trips to Grandma and Grandpa’s house! Filled to the brim with the perfect holiday snacks, there are sure to be memories made as you nibble through these sweet and savory treats together. It’s with great joy that we welcome December with you! Now, if it would only snow in Texas…