What child or grown-up does not love to oooh and aaahh over the glittering beauty of Christmas lights? Fort Worth has plenty of Christmas light attractions to choose from that are sure to bring lots of smiles. Load up on some hot chocolate and holiday cheer and check out some of the best Christmas Light displays in Fort Worth:

Sundance Square
Sundance Square Plaza has to be the crown jewel of holiday lights displays in Fort Worth with its 58-foot Christmas tree. Stroll through the Plaza and enjoy the lights and maybe even visit with Santa himself! Make the memories even more special by enjoying the lights from a horse drawn carriage. Carriage rides start in front of the Worthington Hotel on Fridays and Saturdays and last 20 minutes with a cost of $45 per couple.

Sundance Square Plaza during Christmas

Texas Motor Speedway
The Texas Motor Speedway brings the Gift of Lights with over 600 LED light displays. The brilliant lights displays you drive through will get your family into the holiday spirit. Afterwards, you can visit Santa’s Village for photos, fun activities and visits with Santa. The Gift of Lights benefits organizations like Toys for Tots, Ronald McDonald House, Boy Scouts of America and Speedway Children’s Charities. Admission is $20 per car, but you receive a $5 discount if you donate a toy for children in need.

West 7th
Enjoy an exciting show of lights and holiday music while you’re strolling through West 7th. The Starlight Symphony is a 5-minute show on Crockett Street that happens on the hour from 6PM - 10PM. While in West 7th, you can also enjoy free horse and carriage rides on Friday and Saturday nights from 6PM - 9PM through January 3. Pick up area is on Crockett Street near Tillman's Roadhouse.

[Photos: West 7th Starlight Symphony by Vestar; Sundance Square Plaza by Sundance Square Management]