One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is driving around and looking at Christmas lights. Every year we try to make it a point to pick one night to drive around and enjoy them during this brief time in the year when they’re up. Although I haven’t been to any of the following (except for the one in Lindale, TX), they all sound great! Check out all these amazing Christmas light opportunities in the Dallas, TX area (listed in alphabetical order)!
Whistle Stop Christmas in Cleburne ~ Over 3 1/2 million lights decorating Hulen Park!
Whetstone Lights in Corinth ~ Visit this house to over 45,000 lights animated to music!
Christmas In The OC in Dallas ~ New for 2010 is RGB pixel technology.
Christmas Tour of Lights in Farmers Branch ~ Come see the 300,000 twinkling bulbs for free!
Pharr’s Christmas in Farmers Branch ~ Get out and say hi to Santa!
Christmas On The Square in Frisco ~ With 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring, and 8 miles of cords, this is the largest choreographed holiday lights and music display in Texas.
Frisco Christmas in Frisco ~ If you go to the square in Frisco, be sure to stop by this home!
Lake Country Christmas in Ft. Worth ~ Come see the lights on Eagle Mountain Lake!
Prairie Lights in Grand Prairie ~ Claims to have the world’s longest light tunnel!
Santa Land in Lindale ~ Come drive through and see the 2 1/2 million lights for $10 per car.
Deerfield Holiday Lighting in Plano ~ Drive through this neighborhood to experience the tradition of Christmas lights!
Gordon Lights in Plano ~ Another light display synchronized to music!
Providence Christmas in Providence Village ~ Four neighboring homes with lights synchronized to holiday tunes!
Holiday Express Riding Train in Richardson ~ Come ride the train for free!
Holiday Lights at Loy Park in Sherman/Denison ~ Free event with donations accepted!
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