One of the joys of the holiday season is taking the family on an epic search for holiday light displays around the neighborhood. This year, why not go beyond your surroundings and expand the holiday lights search? Let Cirro Energy give you a rundown of the best holiday light displays in Texas.
- Vitruvian Lights in Addison features over 500 trees wrapped in 9 different bright colored lights. Enjoy live music, food trucks, and free pictures with Santa every Friday at 6:00pm!
- The Christmas Capital of Texas in Grapevine has everything your family needs this holiday season and more. Experience Christmas on Main Street, ride the North Pole Express, marvel at the Paradise of Lights, and enjoy the Twinkle Twinkle Boat Parade.
- The Wonderland of Lights in Marshall is made aglow by over ten million lights colorfully shining in the town’s historic district. Enjoy outdoor skating, visit Santa’s workshop, ride a carriage through the area, take a candlelight tour of historic landmarks, and experience a beautifully lighted Christmas parade.
- Rail of Lights in Jefferson is one of the most exciting holiday lights displays in East Texas. Enjoy lighted vignettes, a trip through the Piney Woods and a fireworks show from the comfort of the Historic Jefferson Railway.
- The Annual Gift of Lights in Fort Worth is a drive-thru display at the Texas Motor Speedway. Enjoy this spectacular display of lights surrounding Santa’s Village, where you can enjoy some hot cocoa and popcorn with the family.
- 37th Street Lights in Austin is a holiday light display along Guadalupe Street and West 37th, featuring millions of strands put up by the community.
- Magical Winter Lights in Houston are a modern twist on the traditional holiday light show. These Chinese lantern-inspired structures imitate well-known landmarks from all around the world!
Fortunately, holiday lights at your home don’t have to mean a high electricity bill! Visit Cirro Energy’s website for more information on our affordable low fixed-price plans, and join Cirro’s social media communities on Facebook and Twitter.