Bring the whole family to celebrate Christmas in College Station.
It’s Christmas in College Station, you all! After experiencing it myself, I now see why people from everywhere trek the drive to see it all. Here’s a tiny glimpse of what it’s like to spend Christmas in College Station. You still have time to experience it all. Santa’s Wonderland is open every day until December 30, 2022. It’s a great place to gather your family for some holiday cheer.
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Celebrate Christmas in College Station – The largest Christmas Attraction in South Texas!
Last year, my grandson and I spent a few days in College Station marveling over the extraordinary outdoor event – Santa’s Wonderland. We drove through the lights at Central Park, shopped at Howdy Holly-Days, and ate at Dixie Chicken. This was our first time experiencing Christmas in College Station, and it was so impressive that I’ve now deemed it my favorite small town to spend the holidays in! College Station hosting us for two days to experience what it’s like to spend the holidays here. OMG—it was marvelous!
2022 Christmas In College Station
The 2022 holiday season in the city of College Station is in full force! Don’t miss Christmas in College Station – a Texas Christmas experience. And, the best part, there’s still time for you to enjoy the festivities until the end of the year. If you’ve never been, then you need to go this year!! A few people told us that Santa’s Wonderland gets better and better each year – and this is one of the best years’! With over 4 million lights, you’ll see why when you go.
Christmas In The Park – Until January 1
From now until January 1, you can drive through Stephen C. Beachy Central Park as you marvel over one million or more holiday lights while listening to holiday music on 97.3 on your car radio. From 6 pm -9 pm. Admission is free. You can also park and walk around like so many we saw doing. Bring a snack to enjoy.
Christmas At The Tree Farm – Until December 31
Until December 31, the Brazos Tree Farm will have a drive-through light show, hayrides, Christmas town, and even the jolly ole man himself! Open from 6 pm to 11 pm. Come out and enjoy the Christmas spirit on the farm!
Santa’s Wonderland Season – Until December 30, 2022
The fabulous Santa’s Wonderland is family entertainment at its finest. It’s the largest outdoor Christmas attraction in the south and is located off Hwy 6. Don’t get spooked by the lines. There are several entrances, and the lines go by fast. And, while you’re there, don’t forget to visit Santa’s Station to let Santa know if your children have been on the nice or naughty list …because he’s making his list now!!
- Santa Claus at Santa’s Town
- Santa’s Village
- Trail of Lights featuring over 4 million twinkling lights
- Texas snow
- Horse-drawn carriage ride
- Live entertainment
- Shop for fantastic holiday gifts
- Indulge in festive food
- Petting Zoo
- Ice Skating
- Carriage rides
- the best funnel cake around and hot chocolate around!
- And more!
With each general admission ticket, enjoy Santa’s Hayride Tour, complete with festive music and over 4 million dazzling holiday lights! An add-on (an extra charge) is a Santa’s Horse & Carriage Tour. You’ll ride inside a pearl white limo carriage with lights and holiday decor pulled by beautiful Percheron draft horses through the trail of lights. Grab a hot cocoa and bedazzled with holiday music and twinkling Christmas lights. Make it cozy, and bring a blanket from home!
For hours of operation, information about the new carriage ride, and the fun things to do – head to Santa’s Wonderland 2022.
The super sale ends Sept. 30, 2022.
Holiday Artisan Market at Century Square
A Holiday Artisan Market for fabulous shopping from 30+ vendors, live music, and more fun! From Noon-4 p.m. Free admission and parking.
Don’t worry; there will be plenty of meal choices at the unique dining establishments. Plus more shopping opportunities from local boutiques at Century Square.
George Bush Presidential Library
If there’s time during your visit, think about visiting the George Bush Presidential Library to see it decorated for Christmas. But most importantly, to see and read the stories about the wars, the great things that happened in the ’90s, the life and times of President George Bush, and the stories that will take you back a few years when presidents were nice to each other and supported one another! Brody was most intrigued by Pearl Harbor as he learned about that war in school.
See it all visit Christmas In College Station …and here’s to a hopefully white Christmas in the south!
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