Prairie Lights Tunnel
City Christmas Tree
Holiday Market Shoppers
Holiday Gift Market at Market Square

Christmas Festivities

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Grand Prairie will turn into a Christmas town this year with holiday events galore! Get in the holiday spirit with a variety of spectacular events and attractions.

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Prairie Lights

Dates: Nov. 23 -Dec. 31

Location: Lynn Creek Park, 5610 Lake Ridge Pkwy

Prairie Lights is the premier holiday light park in Texas located at Lynn Creek Park on Joe Pool Lake. Upon arriving at the entrance of Prairie Lights,  you will be dazzled with 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path. Hundreds of ALL-NEW displays in shapes of all kinds line and arch over the roads. Halfway through the drive get out of your car for a stop at Holiday Village where you will find food, gifts, Santa, the brand-new indoor Snow Maze, and the Holiday Magic Lighted Walk-Through Forest. Once back in your vehicle, the second half of the drive ends with the very animated light tunnel – the perfect finale to a night you will never forget!

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Prairie Lights Walk-Through

2017 Magical Winter Lights

Dallas Lantern Festival and Holiday Celebration

Magical Winter Lights, Houston’s annual lantern festival and holiday celebration, is expanding to Dallas-Fort Worth in partnership with Lone Star Park. The festival bases its designs from Chinese lanterns and transforms them into larger-than-life remakes of well-known landmarks.

The DFW festival will feature an entrance castle lantern inspired by the Dallas County Courthouse, a giant cowboy, and Dallas’ iconic Pegasus. There are several themed sections including Magical Wonderland, Christmas Candy Land, The Lone Star State, Dinosaur Land and Mystery of the East.

During your visit, you can also enjoy Chinese acrobatic performances (included in admission), dinosaur rides for children and a full-size food court.

Tickets will be on sale soon for Magical Winter Lights D-FW, which will run from Nov. 17 through Jan. 7, 2018, including holidays.


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