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12/8/2022 (Permalink)

Zoo Viewing in Dallas The Zoo Lights offers a million of lights around the park. We love visiting the zoo on the weekends.

Dallas Zoo Lights
Nov. 17, 2022 – Jan. 1, 2023
650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas, TX 75203

Dallas Zoo Lights returns as a walk-thru event in 2022. More than a million lights will be up throughout more of the zoo along with larger-than-life animal lanterns and 3D lighted sculptures. You can visit Santa’s Workshop and see the jolly ol’ elf himself and snap a selfie at more than a dozen new lighted photo ops. There will even be a light show in the amphitheater.

Visit DallasZoo.com/ZooLights to buy tickts and for more information

Enchant at Fair Park
Nov. 25, 2022 – Jan. 1, 2023
3809 Grand Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210

It's an illuminated winter wonderland as Enchant returns to Dallas Fair Park. Calling itself the world's largest Christmas maze and village, visitors will be able to take in 10 acres of animated lighted sculptures and visit a charming village with ice skating, live entertainment, interactive games, dining, shopping and of course, Santa.

Visit EnchantChristmas.com to buy tickets and see all the Instagrammable offerings.

Holiday at the Arboretum
Nov. 10 – Dec. 31, 2022
8720 Garland Road, Dallas, TX 75218

The annual Holiday at the Dallas Arboretum returns this year for an outdoor experience of holiday displays. The popular “12 Days of Christmas” will feature a dozen exhibits depicting scenes from the classic Christmas carol.

Visitors can attend during the day and after the sun sets. About one million lights will illuminate the gardens at night. The beloved Christmas village and Dazzling Musical Tree are back. There’s a new exhibit as well, The Artistry of Faith & Culture celebrates the diversity of the holiday season.

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