Upon arriving at the park you will be dazzled with 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path. Half way through the drive get out of your car for a stop at Holiday Village where you will find food, gifts, Santa, and 2 Holiday Magic attractions the Light Show Theater and the Lighted Walk-Through Forest. The finale of the show is the world’s largest light tunnel.
Lynn Creek Park
5700 Lake Ridge Pkwy
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Sunday-Thursday 6-9pm, Friday-Saturday 6-10pm
Admission Fees Vary
The Dancing Bears
5800 Block of Deloache between Preston & Douglas
Not an opulent display, but these charming bears have been twirling and playing Christmas carols on their instruments for decades thanks to this Preston Hollow family.
Christmas on the Square
This spectacular display in Frisco features over 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring and 8 miles of extension cords. The lights are choreographed to music by Jeff Trykoski with Illumimax LLC. Tune your car radio station to 99.9 FM to enjoy the show. Families can also enjoy fun holiday activities on the square.
Preston Road and Armstrong Drive is a great jumping off point to cruise the streets of one of the most prestigious neighborhoods around. Beverly, Hunters Glen, and Lakeside Drive have some of the most exquisite home displays around. Book a carriage ride in advance and be sure to bring a thermos with warm apple cider and a warm quilt to tour the lights al fresco.
Farmers Branch Christmas Tour of Lights
This year’s edition features 300,000 twinkling lights and is open from 6:-9:30. The driving tour starts at I-35 at Valley view and follows Candy Cane signs down William Dodson Parkway and around to the Farmers Branch Historical Park.
www.farmersbranch.info (CHRISTMAS LIGHTS FB pic)
These west Arlington residents have been lighting their homes by the lake for thirty-five years. Neighbors pull out all the stops to show their Christmas spirit in creative and fun ways. Begin your car ride through the neighborhood at Randol Mill Road and Westwood Drive.
Deerfield is located in Northwest Plano between Preston Road and Coit Road. Enter from Legacy on Colonnade and Archgate, noting one-way and restricted-turn signs along Old Pond Drive and Hallmark Drive. Nearly all the neighbors in the area participate. You can enjoy a driving tour for free or book a cozy carriage for $95-$225 depending on number of passengers and duration of tour.