Monday, December 1, 2014

Best Things to Do in DFW this Holiday Season!

Dallas Fort Worth is a great place to spend your holiday season. Whether you are here visiting family, or are a native, here is a list of must-see's during this time of year!

Most Decorated Neighborhood in the Country for Christmas
Must See - Most Festive Neighborhood in the USA
Deerfield, one of Dallas' most beloved suburban neighborhoods, has been hosting the most extravegent Christmas light displays out of anywhere in the metroplex. The tradition has been going strong for over 20 years, and its difficult to spot even one house that is unlit. Check out their facebook page for the organized events - such as carriage rides and hot cocoa! Deerfield was also ranked as the most decorated neighborhood during the holiday season IN THE COUNTRY! 

The Galleria Mall Christmas tree display is famous LARGEST INDOOR TREE in the WORLD! It stands an impressive 95-feet high, has over 450,000 sparkling LED lights and holds 15,000 colored ornaments! WOW! 

3. The Christkindl Market - Arlington

Christkindl Market (kris-kin-dill) is a fun and family friendly event held in Arlington, Texas. It is a German American Holiday Market that holds true to German Holiday traditions! Parking and Admission is FREE!

November 29 - December 15, 2012
Thursday, November 29 from 5 pm - 9 pm (Opening Ceremonies); Monday - Thursday from 11 am - 7 pm; Friday: 11 am - 8 pm; Saturday frin 11 am - 9 pm; Sunday from 11 am - 7 pm.

Catch the largest exhibition of trains in the southwest at NorthPark. 
This event benefits the Ronald McDonald house, you can volunteer or just attend.

Trains opens on November 22, 2014 - January 4, 2015.

5. Bethlehem Revisited: Waxahachie

Travel back to Old World Bethlehem as it was at the time of Christ's birth. Rated the "#1 Holiday Event for the Lone Star State" by Fox 4 News in 2001. Open Friday-Sunday the first two weekends of December. 

December 5-6-7
December 12-13-14
6 PM – 9 PM
Located Behind Central Presbyterian Church 402 N. College Street Waxahachie, TX
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Performances are repeated every 30 minutes.

Also on display at the Central Presbyterian Church, “The Supper Quilt”

FREE Admission. Donations Welcome.

6. Candlelight Home Tour

 Get into the holiday spirit by strolling the glimmering streets of Waxahachie. Six unique homes, spanning from the Victorian era to the 21st century, will don their holiday finery for two weekends. Each dazzling weekend will showcase three decked out properties. There will be a bonus home to tour the weekend of December 13-14, 2014.  We welcome you and your family to visit downtown for Christmas in Waxahachie around the picturesque Ellis County Courthouse. Plan early for a heartwarming weekend filled with wonderful touring, dining, and shopping. Sponsored and supported by the Waxahachie Downtown Merchants Association. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets!

Have any holiday favorites that we missed? Comment Below!

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