Must-See Light Displays in Texas

In honor of the start of our Light Up Your Home contest, here are some must-see light displays throughout Texas. If you're in the area, we highly suggest checking these out.

Festival of Lights

Located in Galveston, the Festival of Lights is one of the largest celebrations in the region. The festival hosts over 1 million lights, which are part of 100 sound-enhanced animated light displays. Attendees can also enjoy various other family- friendly activities, like ice skating and live entertainment. To learn more about the Festival of Lights, click here.

Santa's Wonderland

Santa's Wonderland is located in College Station. It's 37 acres of light displays and a miniature town full of gift shops, food, live entertainment, and other family fun. The displays sport over 1 million lights, most of which are LED lights as a part of the Wonderland's "Going Green" movement. It's a sight to see right off of Highway 6 and a personal recommendation from our Aggie team members. To learn more about the Santa's Wonderland, click here.

Whistle Stop Christmas

Enjoy over 3 million lights in Hullen Park, located in Cleburne, along with a Christmas parade, pictures with Santa, and other activities. To learn more about Whistle Stop Christmas, click here.

Austin Trail of Lights

The Trail of Lights is located in Zilker Park in Austin. A local point of pride, the Trail is just what it sounds like: a long trail of holiday lights that bring you to many different activities. The activities are unique each year but always include food, live entertianment, and a good time. To learn more about the Austin Trail of Lights, click here.