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Out of sight holiday lights

Santa in lights
Santa in lightsAP Photo/Franka Bruns

Oh baby, it’s cold outside. But, don’t let frigid temperatures keep you inside. Instead, pack your family into the car and check out these magnificent holiday light decorations.

Christmas in the Square
Located in Frisco Square, Christmas in the Square is the largest choreographed holiday lights and music display in Texas. The square’s 100,000 lights and entertainment, including snow machines, attracted more than 400,000 visitors in December 2008.

Christmas in the O.C.
Until January 3, the homeowners at 1603 S. Montreal Ave. in Oak Cliff are putting on one heck of a lights and music show. Catch their dancing lights show nightly from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays, and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturdays.

Framers Branch Tour of Lights
The 300,000 twinkling lights and holiday displays can be viewed from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. beginning at Liberty Freeway at Valley View and ending at the Historical Park. Candy cane directional signs guide drivers throughout the tour.

Kessler Park Holiday Lights
Oak Cliff’s historic Kessler Park neighborhood will be decorated with beautiful and colorful light displays.

Holiday Lights at Lee Park
Thousands of lights adorn Lee Park's trees and grand Arlington Hall. The park will stay illuminated through the holidays.
Robert E. Lee Park, 3400 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas, TX 75219

Arlington’s Interlochen Neighborhood
This Arlington neighborhood has gained local notoriety for its spectacular holiday lights and decorations. Catch the show December 19-25 from 7 to 10 p.m. Enter the neighborhood at West Randol Mill Road and Westwood Drive.

 

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