Christmas In These 10 Texas Towns Looks Like Something From A Hallmark Movie
We might be reluctant to admit it, but Hallmark Christmas movies make all of us feel at least a little warm and cozy inside. These 10 Texas towns bring those magical scenes to life, with charming holiday celebrations all month long. In no particular order, here are some of the Christmas towns in Texas that will surely bring a little cheer to you and yours this holiday season.
Have you ever visited any of the best Christmas towns in Texas? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to add any places we left off.
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What are the best drive-thru light shows in Texas?
Make this year even more magical by driving through some of Texas’ finest holiday light shows. Luckily, the Lone Star State has plenty of drive-thru light shows that will keep you and your family entertained until the New Year. If you’re in the San Antonio area, check out Lights Alive! Drive Thru Christmas Lights, a 100% computer-controlled drive-thru light show experience that’s all musically synchronized. For those further north, be sure to visit the Land of Lights in Athens, Texas. Featuring over 4 million lights, you’ll see over 60 different musical scenes, 50 motion-controlled light scenes, and 2,000 wood carvings along your mile-long drive.
Where can I see the best light displays in Texas?
Nothing will put you in the holiday spirit faster than seeing a phenomenal light display. Texas sure does know how to put on a good show, and one of the best light displays in Texas is found in Austin. The Zilker Park Trail of Lights features more than 2 million sparkling lights along the mile-long trail that the whole family will love. If you’re near Galveston, be sure to visit the Festival of Lights. With more than 100 lighted holiday scenes and even a snow zone for the little ones, this is one holiday event you won’t want to miss.
Should I go hiking in winter in Texas?
Absolutely! One of the many perks to living in Texas is our fairly mild winters allow for outdoor adventure year round. The Barton Creek Greenbelt in Austin is one of the most popular scenic hikes in the Austin area, but if you’re further west, be sure to check out the trails at Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Big Thicket, and Colorado Bend State Park.