Where can I see lights in DFW?

Where can I see lights in DFW?

The 9 Best Places in DFW to See Holiday Lights

  • Vitruvian Lights in Addison.
  • Christmas in the Square in Frisco.
  • Prairie Lights in Grand Prairie.
  • Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway.
  • The 12 Days of Christmas at the Dallas Arboretum.
  • Tour of Lights in Farmers Branch.
  • Interlochen Lights in Arlington.

Is Grand Prairie Lights open?

While the out-of-car experience (the Holiday Village) will not open this year due to pandemic considerations, Prairie Lights will feature a new drive-through concession option; and one of the most famous light installations—the animated grand-finale tunnel—will once again be in place to delight visitors as they make …

Does Fort Worth Zoo do Christmas lights?

2020 Dallas Zoo Lights Holiday Celebration Will Go On As A COVID-19 Safe Drive-Thru Event. On select nights, between November 20 and January 3, guests can drive through the zoo ‘winter wonderland’. This year’s display will feature more than one million sparkling lights and lighted displays.

How long is the wait for Prairie Lights?

These changes will allow for more manageable wait times and a better experience for Prairie Lights guests. Note that even with these changes, however, guests should still be prepared to be in line for up to approximately 3 hours.

How much does it cost to see the Prairie Lights?


Vehicle 2020 Modified Pricing
Cars $129 $99
Limos $189 $149
Shuttle Van or Bus (9-30 people) $189 $149
Commercial Bus (31+ people) $239 $189

What is there to do in Dallas at Christmas?

Best Things to Do in December in Dallas

  • Holiday in the Park-Six Flags Over Texas. Arlington.
  • Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular.
  • Luminova. Arlington.
  • Dallas Zoo Lights. Oak Cliff.
  • SNOWDAY. North Dallas.
  • Area 3. Downtown.
  • Prairie Lights. Grand Prairie.
  • Dallas By Chocolate Tours. Photo courtesy of Dallas By Chocolate Tours.