Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Christmas Is Lighting Bright All Over Texas

Like a lot of things in Texas, Santa can be a bit larger than life in the Lone Star State.

You may even come across a Santa Claus brandishing a machine gun from a Texas business rooftop, or armadillos brandishing candy canes, like you see here, underneath Santa on the Longhorn.

In Texas you will find plenty of extravagant Christmas displays, all over the state.

Neighborhood displays, such as the Interlochen neighborhood in Arlington's Christmas light extravaganza which draws so many people police must direct  the traffic.

In East Texas you'll find the Holiday Trail of Lights which trails from six cities in two states, the towns of Marshall, Kilgore and Jefferson in Texas, plus Shreveport,  Bossier City and Natchitoches in Louisiana.

In Texas Hill Country you will find the Hill Country Regional Lighting Trail which runs through the towns of Boerne, Burnet, Dripping Springs, Fredericksburg, Goldthwaite, Johnson City, Llano, Marble Falls, New Braunfels, Round Mountain and Wimberley. In the New Braufels part of the Hill Country Lighting Trail you will find Santa's Ranch, with a Christmas Light Park drive through over a million lights.

Go to our Eyes on Texas Christmas in Texas webpage for information about many of the dozens of Texas Christmas Festivals, including those in Austin, Belton, Canton, Cleburne, College Station, Columbus, Denton, Fort Worth, Galveston, Granbury, Grapevine, Grand Prairie, Jefferson, Johnson City, Marlin, Marshall, McKinney, San Angelo, San Antonio, Richmond,  Texarkana, Tomball, Waxahachie and Wimberley.

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