5 Things to do to Celebrate the Holiday Season in Dallas
Headed to the Big D for some Christmas celebrations? There are plenty of things to do and see to get you in the Holiday Spirit throughout the season.
Whether you're into a high tea, or exploring a wonderland of lights you'll find something magical in North Texas this year.
Take in the beauty of Dallas' Highland Park neighborhood lit up for the Holidays seated in a horse-drawn carriage. Blankets, music and the ride are included in your ticket price. Be prepared to pay about $50 per person for the 1 hour ride.
The Ballpark at Arlington is transformed into a maze of wonderment with Christmas Lights with Enchant. Markets, eats and drinks and more await you inside this Christmas Wonderland. Open now through December 30. Ticket prices range from $9.99 for a Market Only Pass to a VIP Family 4-Pack for $234.99.
Looking for luxury? You'll find it at Afternoon Tea in the historic Adolphus Hotel on Commerce in Dallas. Four courses of deliciousness await you complete with finger sandwiches, scones, pastries and truffles. Yes, there is also tea. The price for this elite experience is $55 per person.
Presented by the Dallas Chapter of the Texas Chefs Association, dozens of premier chefs from area restaurants and catering companies provide an assortment of gourmet cakes, sweets, pies and cookies available for purchase. Find it Saturday, Dec. 22 at Northpark Center.
Bring in the new year from the top of Reunion Tower’s 560-foot “Ball.” No Big D NYE this year, but Dallas can still go big with more than 4,000 pyrotechnic effects will light the Dallas skyline. For a good view, head over to Trinity Groves.