5 Things to do in Arlington, TX

Wednesday, October 17, 2018


There are lots of opportunities for festive frolics this month over in Arlington TX, and so we have created a list of our top five favorite things to do in this fabulous city.

1) Enchant, World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze & Market

Globe Life Park, Nov. 23 – Dec. 30. Prices: Tickets start at $19.95.

Enchant Christmas

Enchant Christmas will return to Arlington this holiday season with a brand new maze experience inside Globe Life Park! Glide across the ice skating trail, enjoy the World’s Largest Light Maze, shop in the Christmas Market, and take in all the wonder that Enchant has to offer! Santa and Mrs Claus will be available throughout the event for photos and story time for the little ones.

2)  Holiday in the Park – 6 flags over Texas

Arlington, Nov. 23- December 31. (Starting from $63.99 each)

Brighten up your Christmas and experience the fabulous Holiday in the Park event, over at 6 Flags, in Arlington TX, this holiday season. Don’t miss the ceremonial lighting of their unique Christmas tree at 6:30 pm every evening, led by Santa, the spectacular event is sure to leave smiles on everybody’s faces. Race down the Frosty Snowhill, complete with real snow, and discover the true meaning of Christmas with a wonderful display over at Miss Persimmons’ Christmas Curiosity Shop. Open right through to January 7th, Holiday in the Park at 6 Flags promises to thrill and delight all who attend.

3) AMH Spectacular Christmas

Arlington, Saturday, December 8, 2018

AMH Spectacular Christmas showcases sensational singers, dynamic dancers, charming children, a kick-line of lovely young ladies, colorful costumes, sparkling special effects and tops it off with a visit from Santa himself!

4) Holiday at the Arboretum

November 4, 2018 - December 31, 2018

Holiday at the Arboretum features the return of the magnificent The 12 Days of Christmas outdoor exhibit, as well as 500,000 lights throughout the garden at night, trimming the architecture of the historic homes and lighting the canopies overhead—including a 30-foot-tall tree at the center of property.

5) Arlington Holiday Lights Parade

Arlington, December 8, 2018

Bring your friends and family to the Downtown/University District to enjoy the Annual Holiday Lights Parade. Thousands of people will gather for the pageantry which ends with the lighting of the Christmas tree. Don’t forget to bring your camera and take a picture with Santa after the parade at the Levitt Pavilion in Founders Plaza at 100 W. Abram St. Parade will continue as planned rain, snow, or shine …but not ice!

Now that’s what I call a Christmas to remember!