Where to Find the Best Holiday Lights Displays in DFW
Date November 30, 2021
At Treenewal, one of our favorite holiday traditions is enjoying the creativity of outdoor light displays all around the beautiful DFW metroplex! From Denton to Fort Worth, grab a scarf, some hot chocolate, and a carload of your favorite buddies for our guide to the best light displays in North Texas this holiday season!
Vitruvian Lights: November 26, 2021 – January 2, 2022aa
Come see Vitruvian Park transformed into a spectacular holiday wonderland for Vitruvian Lights. Weekend events include performances by the Jordan Kahn Orchestra, the Dallas String Quartet, and more!
Interlochen Lights: Now – mid-to-late December (private residences)
This decades-long tradition of neighborhood lights will leave you marveling the entire drive through. Find the entrance at Westwood Dr. & Randol Mill Rd.
Lukas Light Show: November 27 – December 31, 2021 (private residence)
Free, 6:30 – 9:30 pm nightly
Kick-off this holiday season at 845 Sandbox Dr with your car radio tuned to 89.5 FM for a multi-sensory spectacle!
Denton Holiday Lighting Festival: December 3rd, 2021
Free, optional $5 wristband for extra access
Started in 1988, come see Denton light up for the holidays at 6 pm in its historic town square. While most features of the event are free, a $5 wristband can be purchased through Eventbrite and on-site to help support the event that provides unlimited access to the Who-Ville Hollow Trackless Train, Horse Carriage Rides, the Winter Wonderland Snow Slide, PLUS an on-site photograph with Santa himself! Don’t forget this event is also a toy drive for the Elves Shelves charity! If you’d prefer to keep your arms free that evening, you’re more than welcome to donate a toy virtually through the event page at https://www.dentonholidaylighting.com/donate-a-virtual-toy/
Christmas in the Square: November 19, 2021 – January 3, 2022
Free, 6-10 pm daily
Experience the largest choreographed holiday music and lights show in North Texas. In its 16th year, you’re sure to see old favorites and spot some new surprises!
3809 Hazelhurst Dr, Frisco, TX 75034 Now – The Holidays (private residence)
This viral showstopper, the Burkman Holiday Home, keeps up their annual tradition since 2000 of a massive lights display. It’s so incredible that it was recently featured on ABC’s Great Christmas Light Fight!
Radiance Frisco: November 18, 2021 – January 1, 2022
$15-40 per person
Enjoy TWO parks with just ONE ticket! Radiance Light Show features a brand new addition this year, the all-new Frozen in Frisco! Check out the outdoor winter carnival games and rides and even a 108 foot Ferris Wheel.
Karr Family Light Show: Now – The Holidays (private residence)
Free, 6-10 pm nightly
At 5901 Pacers Lane, you’ll find over 50,000 lights synchronized to your favorite holiday tunes!
Lights on Trail Creek: Now – January 1, 2022
Tune your radio to 99.9 FM as you drive through the stunningly synchronized display starting at 4941 Trail Creek Dr. From Sunday to Thursday, visit from 5:30 – 9 pm, and on Friday and Saturday, stop by between 5:30 – 10 pm.
Grapevine Christmas Spectacular: November 22, 2021 – January 9, 2022
Enjoy a leisurely festive stroll down Main Street in Grapevine, decorated to look like a vintage postcard brought to life! With daily performances by animated snowmen, The Chilly Dawgs, and the Town Square Gazebo dressed up as Who-ville, you’ll feel the holiday spirit as you approach the 40-foot animated tree backed by the evening light show at City Hall.
Prairie Lights Grand Prairie: November 4, 2021 – January 2, 2022
$38 per Standard Vehicle
Stay in the safety and comfort of your vehicle while you’re dazzled by the millions of lights set to music all around you. Even the wait to enter is a festive mix of entertainment at this family-friendly event!
Prairie Lights: November 25, 2021 – December 31, 2021
$40-129 per Standard Vehicle (see link for non-Standard Vehicle rates)
Located at Lynn Creek Park on Joe Pool Lake, Prairie Lights has been dazzling the metroplex since 2005. This 2-mile drive will take you through a holiday park experience of a more than 5 million lights display sure to enchant. Last year, this incredibly popular event saw more than 165,000 guests, so plan for an extra hour or so to enter the park on weekends if you grab GA tickets!
Old Town Lewisville Holiday Stroll: December 4, 2021
Free, 7 am – 9 pm
Bring the whole family to the return of this all-day festival in the heart of Lewisville! Have a pancake breakfast with Santa, storytime with Mrs. Claus, a holiday parade, carriage rides through the historic home district, games and crafts, live performances, and the tree lighting ceremony at 5:30 pm in the Wayne Ferguson Plaza. Top the night off at 6 pm with a viewing of the modern Christmas classic, Elf!
Magic of Lights: November 20, 2021 – January 2, 2022
$30 – 35 per Standard Vehicle, 6-10 p.m. nightly
Celebrate the season with breathtaking light displays featuring beloved holiday scenes and characters. It’s a joyride you won’t soon forget!
Deerfield: December 1 – 30, 2021 (private residences)
Free, 7 pm nightly
This neighborhood drive-through display is sure to delight! Check the route map here, and be ready to see the magic!
Deerfield Holiday Route map
Santa’s Village: November 21, 2021 – December 24, 2021
Come meet the Man with the Bag in Rustin Park amongst the sensational lights glowing all around you at Southlake Town Square. Check the link for the full schedule of dates and times!
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