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Christmas Light Displays To Visit in the DFW For The Best Holiday Photos

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Holiday lights have appeared throughout the DFW, meaning the time for cheer and holiday photos has arrived.  Exploring these locations guarantee the perfect photos to send to mom, grandma or your followers on Instagram.

Vitruvian Park in Addison

Friday, November 25 – Sunday, January 1

3966 Vitruvian Way, Addison, TX, 75001

Cost: FREE


Prairie Lights in Grand Prairie

Thursday, November 24 – Sunday, January 1

Lynn Creek Park, 5610 Lake Ridge Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Cost: $25 per car on Mon – Thurs, $35 on Fri – Sun, Holidays & Prime Days


Farmer’s Branch Tour of Lights

Friday, November 25 – Friday, December 30

13000 William Dodson Parkway, Farmers Branch, TX 75234

Cost: $5 suggested donation


Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway

Thursday, November 24 – Sunday, January 1

3545 Lone Star Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76177

Cost: $25


Santa Land in Tyler

Tuesday, November 1 – Wednesday, January 4

11518 Interstate 20 W, Tyler, Texas 75706

Cost: $25 per car

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Searching for a free route? Many neighborhoods deck their halls, windows and lawns in photo worthy displays.

Interlochen Lights in Arlington

Friday, December 16 – Sunday, December 25

The route begins at the entrance of Westwood Drive and Randol Mill Road.  The homes become more extravagant every year because of their friendly neighborhood competition.


Deerfield Lights in Plano

Thursday, December 1 – Friday, December 30

These lights are located in northwest Plano between Preston Road and Coit Road. There are many routes to take with child favorites, funny and traditional lights.

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Highland Park Lights

Start on Armstrong Parkway to view around 20 blocks of gorgeous lights. Carriage ride services are also available.


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