Family Fun

Family Fun

While the relatives are in and the kiddos are home from school, here are some last minute holiday happenings that will still be going on over the winter break.  

North Pole Express at Grapevine Vintage Railroad
Now – December 23, 2017
Take a train ride back in time with music, sleigh bells and a visit form Santa making this a great memory for families.

Lone Star Christmas at Gaylord Texan
Now – January 1, 2018
The Gaylord Texan ICE! features Twas’ the Night Before Christmas display including life-sized ice sculptures, ice slides and ice monuments plus Santa’s Wild Workshop Snow Tubing, Glacier Glide Ice Skating, Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunt and beautiful decorations.

Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway
Now – December 30, 2017
With over 2 million LED lights, this drive-thru display of holiday lights at Texas Motor Speedway is a MUST DO for the family.

Enchant – The World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze & Market
Now – December 31, 2017 
Navigate through the world’s largest Christmas light maze, glide around the ice-skating pond, shop the Christmas marketplace all while enjoying hot cocoa and time with family and friends.

Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Over Texas
Now-January 7, 2018 (select days)
This year’s Holiday in the Park features a Christmas train ride and a racing hill made of snow along with an assortment of rides to keep everyone happy. There are also reindeer dance parties, choreographed light shows, and s’more cookouts around a real campfire.

Panther Island Ice Coyote Drive-In Ft. Worth
November 17, 2017 – January 15, 2018
Rent some skates or bring your own to Fort Worth’s only outdoor ice-skating rink. Half price admission on Tuesdays or get $2 off admission on Wednesdays when you bring in two canned goods to donate to the Tarrant Area Food Bank.

Dallas Arboretum 12 Days of Christmas
You hardly need a reason to visit the Dallas Arboretum but during the holidays it’s especially amazing. Come either during the daytime or nighttime to see 12 elaborate gazebos filled with costumed characters, animals and winter scenes from the 12 days of Christmas.

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