Gather the family, grab your car keys and make a mad dash to North Texas because December is going to be full of wonderful holiday happenings in Dallas/Fort Worth and surrounding areas for the entire family.
Year after year Dallas/Fort Worth venues has provided us with holiday events for families. Some events may be free for your enjoyment, but most charge a fee. So, while you’re out and about shopping and sightseeing, save some money for these wonderful events and activities.
Holiday Happenings in Dallas/Fort Worth
My family goes to at least three or four of these events each year. I invite you and your family to explore what Dallas/Fort Worth has to offer this holiday season!
Christmas in the Stockyard
December 7th – Grab your boots and head to Fort Worth for fun – holiday parade, cowboy Santa, caroling, petting zoo, food, face painting. 131 E. Exchange Ave. https://www.fortworthstockyards.org/events/christmas-stockyards
Lights at Texas Motor Speedway
Starting NOW until 1/5/20 from 6-10 pm. Cost $30 per car. $2 off with 5 cans of food and First Responders and Military gets $2 off with ID. Enjoy Santa’s Village inside. My family and I have been to this every year except last year. It’s really a nice ride through the speedway. Buy tickets online this year >>> TMSGIFTOFLIGHTS.COM
Starting tonight, December 1st through Dec. 29th from 6-10 pm enjoy two miles of Christmas lights to drive through in Grand Prairie – Over 4 million of them at that! General Adm and Fast passes available. Halfway through you can get out of your car to enjoy their Holiday Village. Grab the whole family for this awesome car ride…and split the bill. Check dates here >>> https://prairielights.org/hours-and-admission/
Holiday Musicals at Casa Manana
Now playing – Jack Frost Musical at Casa Manana. Tickets from $27-$37. My son loves Jack Frost – this musical will be on our must-see list this month. casamanana.org
Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas
ICE! featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas. Don’t miss all the activities at Christmas Village, and outdoor ice skating. Going on now through Jan. 5th. Visit GaylordTexanTickets.com and use Promo Code GREEN for 50% off on up to 10 tickets. See valid dates on promo below.
What City is the Christmas Capital of Texas?
GRAPEVINE, TX! Enjoy more than 1,400 family-friendly events in Grapevine’s charming Christmas setting. Starts Mid November through Early January. My mom and I spent all day Saturday (Nov. 30th) on Main Street. There were vendors with their wares out on the lawns and on the side streets, and lots of people walking around. We took a hayride (without the hay!) driven by a tractor through Grapevine’s oldest neighborhood. Cost – $1 per person. GrapevineTexasUSA.com
Holiday Happenings at Southlake Town Square
Free and for-a-fee activities throughout December including photos with Santa, snow hill sledding, snowman building, carriage rides, holiday crafts, live entertainment & more. One of my favorite places to shop at any time of the year! homefortheholidayssouthlake.com
Holidays at The Hall
The Trains at NorthPark
Although I’ve not been to see the trains, it’s an activity that brings families together each year. @TheTrainsAtNorthPark
Enchant Christmas Arlington at Globe Ballpark will not be happening this year due to renovations at the Ballpark.
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