At Christmastime In Texas, a Drive through Light Park, Santa Visits Every Thursday through Sunday for Photos through Christmas Eve.
It’s not Christmas in Texas without a visit from the big man himself, Santa Claus. At Christmastime in Texas, Santa will be greeting visitors and posing for photos Thursday through Sunday evenings leading up to Christmas. This is a can’t miss holiday tradition for both kids and the young at heart.
Thursdays through Sunday, Santa will be in his workshop from 6 to 10 pm for all the good little boys and girls.
Be sure to arrive early, as Santa’s schedule fills up fast. Photos with Santa are available on a first- come, first-served basis. Don’t forget to get a picture with Santa to capture the Christmas magic!
Of course, in addition to photos, Santa will also be listening to Christmas wishes and finding out who’s on the Nice list this year. The twinkle in Santa’s eye shows he still believes in the wonder and joy of Christmas.
A visit with Santa amid the millions of dazzling lights and whimsical displays of Christmastime in Texas creates cherished memories that will last for years to come. For many families, it has become an essential part of their annual Christmas tradition.
If meeting Santa isn’t quite your style, you can still soak in the holiday cheer by exploring the rest of the park. But for most, a quick chat with the jolly man from the North Pole and a photo for the family album or Christmas card is the perfect way to get into the Christmas spirit.
Tickets may be bought online at christmastimeintexas.com or at the gate. Cash and cards accepted. Prices vary starting at $35 per car load.
To experience Christmastime in Texas in all its glory, you’ll want to head to the drive-through light park in Joshua. Open from November 23 through December 31, the park features millions of dazzling lights and hundreds of displays spread over miles of roadway.
Whether you’re looking for a fun family outing, a romantic date night, or just want to feel like a kid again, Christmastime in Texas has something for everyone. From now until early January, the Lone Star state transforms into a winter wonderland like no other. Don your cowboy boots and Stetson, pile into the pickup truck, and come on down for some good old-fashioned Texas-sized holiday fun. Just make sure to save room for brisket, pecan pie, and one more cup of spiked hot cocoa! Yall come back now, ya hear!
At Christmastime in Texas, they really do go big – and bright! For more details visit christmastimeintexas.com call (469) 420-0050 or email us at
email@example.com. The holiday fun starts November 23rd!