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Guide To Dallas Holidays: Christmas is Around the Corner

Guide To Dallas Holidays
Guide To Dallas Holidays

Dallas Zoo Lights

Guide To Dallas Holidays: Christmas is Around the Corner

Holidays are already on our minds. For those visiting Dallas during the holidays for the first time or locals hosting family and friends in Dallas this holiday season, it’s key to have plans secured and tickets booked to some of the most joyful and popular holiday events in the city well in advance. Use our list to start planning now!


Guide To Dallas Holidays

The Frech Room


Holiday Tea at the Adolphus

Nov. 2-Jan. 8

It’s known as one of Dallas’ most revered holiday traditions and we’re here to tell you it does not disappoint. The three-course tasting menu features savory and sweet bites along with teas and champagne, all in a beautiful setting inside The French Room at the Adolphus Hotel. Reservations are already live, so availability might already be tight. Book soon!


Holiday at the Arboretum

Nov. 10-Dec. 31

Southern Living Magazine called it Texas’ best Christmas event and we have to agree! Every year, the gardens are transformed with elaborate Victorian-style gazebos, each representing the stories of the famous Christmas carol. At night, the gardens shine brightly with more than a million lights! There’s also a Christmas village, Santa Claus visits for the kids and shopping and entertainment to enjoy.


Guide To Dallas Holidays


Dallas Zoo Lights

Nov. 17-Jan. 1

See the zoo after dark! On select nights through Jan. 2, the Dallas Zoo comes to life with more than a million lights, intricately designed displays and oversized lighted animal displays. For the first time in years, folks can enjoy a walk-through experience to see the best of Zoo lights up close. You can’t miss the holiday-themed displays in ZooNorth and Wilds of Africa!


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Texas Ballet Theater’s The Nutcracker

Nov. 25-Dec.4

Tchaikovsky’s most famous composition takes over the Winspear Opera House for eight dates in November and December (they start the weekend after Thanksgiving, for those hosting family for turkey!) and it’s definitely one of those must-do holiday events in Dallas.


Guide To Dallas Holidays

Credit: Enchant


Nov. 25-Jan. 1

Soon after the State Fair of Texas packs up the Midway, Fair Park transforms once again, this time into the holiday oasis known as Enchant, a Christmas village and maze with an adorable story. Rent a pair of ice skates to enjoy a spin around the rink or book your visit for nights with special events like Feasts and Treats Night, Spirit of Dallas (dedicated to everything Dallas) and Paws and Claus, when your furry BFF is invited to join in on the fun.

Guide To Dallas Holidays

Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops


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