Best Christmas Light Displays in the Dallas Fort Worth Area
It’s all about lights and decorations at the holidays, and for these homegrown displays, there’s no such thing as too much. If you want to dazzle your kids with a spectacular display that will make Times Square look dim or if you’re craving displays that pack so much wattage they look like they might short circuit a whole city block or two, then a couple of these bright spots are sure to have exactly what you’re looking for. If you know of some great light displays that we missed in our list please add them below in the comments section. Thank you!
Chesapeake Lights: Chesapeake Plaza @ 100 Energy Way 76102
This downtown gem has tons of trees loaded with jewel-tone colors wrapped from trunk to stem for your viewing pleasures. MAP
Gift of Lights: Texas Motor Speedway @ 3545 Lonestar Circle 76177
Over 2 million LED lights and huge displays will make this family tradition for years to come especially with a drive through the light tunnel.
Lake Country Christmas: Eagle Mountain @ 1700 Desperado Road 76131
Over 250,000 lights digitally animated with virtual Santa and life-sized nativity
Additional Fort Worth neighborhoods to check out;
Westover Hills & Rivercrest mansions, Luther Lake in (Ridglea Hills), the Historic Fairmount District, TCU and Colonial area, and homes reflecting off the water around Lake Worth.
NOT TO BE MISSED: 1119 block of Montego (Ridgmar) & 7th Street @ Alta Drive (Rivercrest).
The Lights of Interlochen: Westwood Drive and Randol Mill Road 76102
Over 200 homes make this one of DFW’s largest holiday light displays and one of the very first and original of its kind…like I said, serious childhood memories started here over 30 years ago. MAP DECEMBER 14th-25th 7:00-11:00 pm
Holiday in the Park: Six Flags @ 2201 Road to Six Flags 76011
This magical wonderland is perfect for the whole family. With over a million lights and multiple holiday shows, you can’t go wrong with this standard Metroplex favorite.
Another Arlington neighborhood to check out; Dalworthington Gardens.
Highland Park Neighborhood: Armstrong Parkway and Preston Road 75205
Over 40 years of family traditions and cherished childhood memories began in this beautiful mansion-filled neighborhood. Start at Armstrong Parkway and Preston Road and get lost in the hood. Area of special interest: Rheims to Mockingbird and Lomo Alta to Preston, the perfect square. MAP
Kessler Park Holiday Lights: Oak Cliff @ 1415 W. Colorado Blvd.
You can’t miss the 5 colorfully lit trees in the median @ Colorado and Lausanne. With the Dallas skyline in the background and multiple houses in serious holiday spirit, you won’t be disappointed.
Other Dallas neighborhoods to check out; M streets, University Park mansions, SMU Blvd, Lakewood and historic Swiss Avenue, and the mansions reflecting off White Rock Lake.