Out of every Christmas light display in Texas, this just might be the most unique. Why? You can skate through it! Embark on a magical journey through millions of glittering bulbs, all while pretending to be an Olympic medalist on the ice. Check it out:

While you’re in Dallas, take this Christmas lights road trip for a dazzling adventure the whole family will love! Have you ever been to Enchant Christmas? Are you looking forward to the new ice skating trail? Let us know your thoughts!

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The Holidays Are Big In Texas

What are the top Christmas towns in Texas?

Texas does everything big, and several towns really know how to bring the holiday spirit alive. Wimberley has a Holiday Trail of Lights that covers 8 entire acres, and there are campfires where you can roast hot dogs and marshmallows. Grand Prairie has a 2-mile light display where you don't even have to get out of your truck! Drive through a colorful lighted tunnel and then see dozens of amazing holiday displays. The little town of Cleburne has 11 acres of dazzling Christmas lights that number over three million! Parades and pony rides make this tiny town a treat for the whole family.

What are some unique ways that Texans celebrate the holidays?

Texas like to do things its own way, and it's no different during the holidays, when Texans celebrate in true Lone Star State style. Christmas morning, everyone tucks into tamales rather than a brunch. The wreaths here aren't made of holly, but of barbed wire! While some will have the traditional turkey, most Texans enjoy a barbecued brisket. They also adopted the Mexican custom of lining walkways with luminarias, which are paper bags with some sand and a candle in them, making a beautiful nighttime display.

What are the best holiday festivals in Texas?

Texans all over the state throw holiday festivals like nowhere else. The Festival of Lights in Galveston is an utterly mesmerizing display of light and color that you won't soon forget. You can skate on an outdoor rink, sip hot chocolate, and ride on an Arctic slide. In Burnet, they have Christmas on the Square with a parade, arts and crafts, and live music including a singing Santa. Grapevine is considered the "Christmas Capital of Texas" and has a parade featured over 100 floats decorated to the gills with stunning lights.

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