Christmas Light Displays DFW
Christmas Light Displays DFW: Great list of Christmas and Holiday Light Displays in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex!
We’re unable to personally verify each of these Christmas Light displays, especially those that are at individual homes. We ask readers to let us know if displays are no longer available or if you know of a great display that we should add. Please send us an email or leave a comment below.
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Christmas Lights DFW
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- Vitruvian Park: 3875 Ponte Avenue, Addison, TX, 75001 – Vitruvian Park transforms into a MAGICAL HOLIDAY WONDERLAND during Vitruvian Lights; November 25, 2016 – January 1, 2017. Free and open to the public.
- Interlochen Lights: Free drive-through display. Runs nightly, December 16, 2016 to December 25, 2016. You’ll find the entrance at Westwood Dr. & Randol Mill Rd. Allow several hours for your visit.
- Hall Family Christmas Spectacular – NOTE: The Halls are taking 2016 off. Please check back in 2017! 836 Lakeview Ct. map
- Highland Park: Touring the beautiful lights and homes of Highland Park has been a grand tradition of the holiday season for many years. Free to drive through. Carriage Rides are available for a fee. Book early:)
- Farmers Branch Tour of Lights – November 25 – December 30, 2016 (Excludes 12/3 & 12/25) – 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM NightlyFarmers Branch, Valley View Lane
The Tour of Lights is a drive-thru animated display that will amaze you with over 500,000 twinkling lights. You’ll travel through a variety of different scenes, each with their own theme, from fantasy to patriotic. There’s festive holiday music and the grand finale is the animated show in the Farmers Branch Historical Park with Santa Claus himself. FREE; Donations accepted.
- Flower Mound Christmas Trees You may have already enjoyed visiting the ranch for Halloween festivities at the Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch. Christmas activities for the kids including a hay pyramid, characters (with photo opps) and bounce houses. Complimentary hot cider and hot chocolate during weekends.
- 951 Forest Vista Drive: This display has been a neighborhood favorite for years. Located directly across the street from Forest Vista Elementary, this free display is best enjoyed when you park and spend some time walking around the yard:)
In addition to Santa and the light/decoration display, there is special display of almost 300 ceramic houses featuring Elsa’s Castle, Elvis’ Graceland, California Raisins, Minions, and many more!
The homeowners, Bill and Bonnie Leech, hope to open the first weekend in December. Updates will be posted on the Facebook Group, Flower Mound Cares.
- 2117 Gisbourne Drive: “Flower Mound Christmas” has over 18,000 lights that are synchronized and animated to music!! Tune your radio to 107.3 FM to enjoy the full effect!
- Sunday through Thursdays 6:00 PM till 9:30 PM
- Friday and Saturday 6:00 PM till 10:30 PM
- 4044 Summerhill Ln., Fort Worth, TX 76244 – Through January 1, 2017
Programmable LED show using xlights sequenced to music: runs between 6pm and midnight until January 1st.
- Christmas in the Square: November 25, 2016 – January 1, 2017
Frisco Square Property Owners Association presents the largest choreographed holiday lights and music show in North Texas. Christmas in the Square returns for its 12th year, full of established favorites and new surprises. Lights! Music! Snow! The Holiday lights and music (available on 107.3 FM), is choreographed by Frisco’s own Jeff Trykoski (Illumimax LLC). With over 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring and 8 miles of extension cords, Christmas in the Square is unlike anything you have ever seen.
The same snow machines used by Disney, create a “Winter Wonderland” on the sidewalks of Frisco Square. Experience ‘snow flurries’ every 15 minutes on Fridays and Saturdays throughout Christmas in the Square.
- Prairie Lights: Thursday, November 24, 2016 – Sunday, January 1, 2017 – Upon arriving at the entrance of Prairie Lights Powered by Breeze Energy, you will be dazzled with 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path. Hundreds of ALL-NEW displays in shapes of all kinds line and arch over the roads. Half way through the drive get out of your car for a stop at Holiday Village where you will find food, gifts, Santa, the all-new indoor laser show, and the Holiday Magic Lighted Walk-Through Forest. Once back in your vehicle, the second half of the drive ends with the very animated light tunnel – the perfect finale to a night you will never forget! Cost: $25-$35 per vehicle* (standard family vehicles. CLICK HERE for additional pricing for buses and limos, as well as the costs for out-of-car activities).
Light Show Spectacular – Nov. 22, 2016 – Jan. 8, 2017
Come see the 2016 Holiday Light Show Spectacular at the corner of Main Street and Dallas. This exciting synchronized light and sound display has become a Christmas time favorite! Runs nightly beginning at 6 PM.
- Christmas on Main Street: Weekends, November 25 – December 18, 2016. Historic Downtown Grapevine Step back in time this season at Christmas on Main! With the beautiful backdrop of the Victorian-style buildings dressed up with ribbons, bows and wreaths and set aglow with twinkling lights that children of all ages can enjoy.
- Gaylord Texan – Lone Star Christmas – November 10, 2016 – January 1, 2017Walk through Gaylord Texan and experience the magic of Christmas. Lone Star Christmas will feature more than 1.5 million lights on display, a 52-foot rotating tree and lavish decorations. ICE! is part of the Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas celebration, which features holiday activities for the entire family. For additional information, visit GaylordTexan.com. Parking at Gaylord Texan for a fee. Additional costs associated with activities like ICE! Snow, and Gingerbread House Decorating.
- Gift of Lights: The 2016 Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway is a 1 1/2 mile light park with over 500 amazing light displays, benefiting local charities in North Texas. We will be open every evening from 6pm – 10pm, 7 days a week from November 24, 2016 – December 30, 2016. At the completion of the Drive-Thru Park, bring your family and friends to Santa’s Village for photos & fun! Cost: $25 per car
- 1308 Colony Court, Lewisville – 2015 Reader Report: “Spectacular light display in Lewisville, TX. It’s a show stopper! So many lights and designs plus 2 large trees completely covered with 10,000 lights! This is must see. The owner does this every year and keeps adding lights!!” No info available for 2016.
- 1428 Creekview Drive, Lewisville – 2016 Reader Report: “…has lights to music on a radio station and 3 windows with holiday displays that are phenomenal… when you go see Santa’s wonderland off Forest Vista be sure to stop by this house!!! The neighbors have cool lights too!
- The following displays have not been verified for 2016
- Deerfield: Holiday light season runs December 1-30th from 7-11pm. Deerfield is located in Northwest Plano between Preston Rd. and Coit Rd. Enter from Legacy on Colonnade or Archgate, noting one-way and restricted-turn signs along Old Pond Dr. and Hallmark Dr. Watch all signs, drive carefully and enjoy the holiday lights! They are usually on between the hours of 7pm-11pm during the entire month of December. Click here to view or print our 2016 recommended map.
Deerfield Holiday Route map 2016
- Santa’s Village: November 19 – December 24, 2016 – Nothing marks the holidays like pictures with Santa Claus. Kids of all ages can visit with the jolly fella in the big red suit at Santa’s Village in Rustin Park. While you’re there, enjoy all the lights of the season at Southlake Town Square.
- 4100 Fryer St. 75056 * Map
- The Colony Christmas Spectacular December 3, 2016– January 1, 2017. Sunset to 10 p.m. at Central Fire Station (4900 Blair Oaks Drive, The Colony, TX 75056) Cost: FREE The Colony Christmas Spectacular light show at is choreographed to music and can be seen every evening in December starting on Dec. 3 from sunset to 10 p.m. Tune your radio to 99.9FM to enjoy the music. For more information, please contact The Colony Parks and Recreation Department at 972-625-1106.
More HOME DISPLAYS in our area can be found in this article from the Dallas Morning News. Please note, this list is from 2014 and some displays may not be repeated this year.
- Please turn off your headlights while driving by or in line to view the lights.
- Please don’t park in, turn around in, or block neighbors’ driveways.
- Please turn down the volume on your car stereo.
- Many displays do not operate during or just after rain or ice.
- Many displays are energized at all times. Do not walk into the yards or touch the displays.
Do you know of a home or neighborhood that has a spectacular Holiday Light Display? Send us an email with all of the details.