With Over 9 Million Christmas Lights, SeaWorld San Antonio Has The Largest Display In Texas
SeaWorld is always an undeniably magical place to visit, but the animals are even friendlier and more playful during the holiday season. That’s because the entire park comes alive with over nine million lights from late November thru January. The SeaWorld San Antonio holiday festival is the largest light display in Texas and one of the most unique holiday attractions in San Antonio.
Have you ever celebrated the holidays by viewing the light display at SeaWorld San Antonio? If so, we’d love to hear all the magical details and what your favorite part was. Please share with us in the comments below!
SeaWorld San Antonio Holiday Festival
What are the best drive-thru light shows in Texas?
For all of those who can’t get enough of cute animals, the Dallas Zoo has a Christmas lights drive through event you should check out! Other drive-throughs include Christmas Ranch in Cleveland, which is a residential display with over 300,000 lights bringing Christmas cheer to the owners’ 15-acre property, and Rudolph’s Light Show in Hockley, which has over a million lights synchronized to classic holiday tunes. There’s something quite magical about seeing so many lights dancing to the music.
Where can I visit Santa in Texas?
Santa has quite a busy schedule during the holidays, so you have many options for catching him for another visit if you’d like. Of course, you will find him at Santa’s Wonderland, the largest outdoor Christmas attraction in the state. He’ll also be at The Grove at Frisco Commons for breakfast on December 3 as well as the Heritage Farmstead Museum on November 25, 26, and 27. He will be at many other locations across the state throughout the holiday season, but this brief list will get you started!
What are some interesting Christmas traditions in Texas?
Texans could never be said to be boring, so our Christmas traditions certainly can’t be either. Here in Texas during the holiday season, we do things like hang barbed wire wreaths, savor our beloved fruitcake, an age-old tradition, and apply the, “Everything’s bigger in Texas” saying to our holiday decor preferences. Along with the interesting ones, we also have some weird Christmas traditions in Texas as well, like eating tamales for breakfast and eating brisket rather than the turkey or ham most of the rest of the country enjoys.