The Living Room : The holidays are a magnificent moment in the Dallas Metroplex, even if the ground is not always a blanket of snow. Texas unpredictable winter weather brings good news that appears in the decorations that adorn the joy of the holiday season, new and old, from north of Dallas Fort Worth, and Sunnyvale to Corsicana. The lackluster economy can not stop the spark of Christmas. If you try to see the Christmas lights in Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, you can still find holiday decorations in the party to funky, from traditional to avant-garde in neighborhoods throughout the DFW.
Dallas, Texas Holiday Lights
A certain nostalgia for places offering of Highland Park in winter, especially during the Christmas period. Houses in this area, competing for attention with the lights, the class of the Crown and Sneak Peaks in all rooms decorated with Christmas decorations imaginable. The area is rich in Old Timey houses built in the early 1900s, harkening to the simplicity of antiquity. Stop in Highland Park Village of Mocha Latte to enjoy while driving through the beautiful neighborhoods of University Park, Highland Park and Park City.
Kessler Park Christmas Lights Display
Kessler Oak Park District, will rock the north overlooking the rooftops of downtown Dallas, and in the shadow of the Central Methodist Hospital, once to see thousands of lights on the islands of the movement to this beautiful and congratulated community of tens of houses are decorated with color screen. The details of this historic area and location can be found at kesslerpark.org / holidaylights.htm
Arlington, Texas Holiday Lights
A neighborhood in Arlington, Interlochen offers a spectacular lighting display area which attracts tourists from nearby cities. Interlochen houses are bigger and there are more hills in DFW and do a great display. The area is so crowded that the streets are closed and that residents receive after moving to overcome the ranks of those who wish to participate in the spirit of the resort area.
Fair Park Holiday lights up the screen in Dallas, Texas
With free admission and free parking, family friendly event expect over 60,000 visitors. Fair Park Holiday Lights will offer food holiday, fun, music, candles, carriages pulled by horses, hay rides, a Christmas cake, crafts, games and activities for children ... and many others - including a pajama party time rental movie outdoors primarily in the Cotton Bowl!
Farmers Branch Holiday Lights
Farmers Branch brings joy to a tree display of Christmas lights over 300,000 lights in Farmers Branch Holiday Tour of Lights. The Holiday Tour now continues 6:30-9:30 every night with Eve. Access to the historical part of the park is free with donations accepted by charities that help screen. Group historical park is closed Mondays and Christmas Day. For more information, call (972) 919-2620 or visit ci.farmers branch.tx.us
Frisco, Texas Holiday Lights
If you arrive in the area of Frisco, for Christmas, do not miss "Frisco Square, which shows a festive light fantastic on the main street that are in sync with the music. And "the biggest screen on the basis of its kind. While you're there, visit some neighborhood impressive light show.
Over 90% of households in Frisco is brand new, and many with beautiful rows of glittering lights. Preston Road hawkers selling Christmas characters wooden dishes such as "Happy Holidays" signs drawn with white light. At least it shows how it can be seen on all roads in the city. Another important element of Frisco residents are new blow-up yard decorations, to stay afloat with hot air. And nothing says Christmas like a house with lights and wreaths in every window. If new homes in Frisco was beautiful before, now on strike.
Richardson, Texas Christmas Light Display
Some people have called Lollipop Lane Richardson. Seems more Gumdrop Gardens. Find squares of colored light that looks like candy giant that dot the landscape of various houses and streets to Opal Kirby in Richardson, Texas. Giant lollipops and candy to get your stomach ready for Christmas cookies. Several other streets in the neighborhood, south and east of the intersection of West Floyd and Arapaho roads, some screens are fun. Opal Lane lights up the screen is off Floyd Road, one block south of West Arapaho Road.