That most magical time of the year is nearly here. Count down the days to Christmas when you enjoy these holiday light shows.
GM Financial Parade of Lights
Re-imagined for 2020, this year's parade is themed "Hope for the Holidays" and will be streamed on November 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. Viewers can tune in to TXA-21 and the Parade's Facebook Page. There will be an opportunity to view a selection of the floats in-person in downtown November 23-24 from 6-8 p.m. each day.
The Shops at Clearfork celebrate the holidays each year with a decorated and brightly lit tree. The surrounding buildings are also decorated and lined with lights, providing plenty of places to window-shop for gifts.
Celebrate the season in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. Lights are strung throughout the district, including over Mule Alley and Rodeo Plaza, leaving a variety of options to snap that memorable holiday pic. Don't miss the decorated Christmas tree on the lawn of the Livestock Exchange Building.
The Fairmount neighborhood goes all out on holiday decorations. It's a Fort Worth holiday tradition to cruise through this historic neighborhood with the family to enjoy the many decorated homes and light shows. Follow Historic Fairmount on Facebook for updates on this year's FESTIVUS on December 12.
View Fort Worth’s giant Christmas tree anytime at Sundance Square Plaza through early January. The massive spruce is a magical sight to behold. *No formal light show will be held this year.*
Where can you find the largest holiday lights display in Texas? At Texas Motor Speedway November 26 - January 3. Gift of Lights is a two-mile joy ride featuring hundreds of bright Christmas-themed displays and millions of lights. Admission starts at $30 for families in cars and trucks.
Crockett Row at West 7th will be merry and bright with decorations and lights throughout the district. Shop the many stores for the perfect holiday gift or plan a date night out.
In celebration of the Museum's 125th anniversary in 2017, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth began filling the trees on the museum's grounds with dazzling lights. The tradition has remained and the lights will be on display this year from November 27 - January 17. Stop by on Fridays for free admission to the galleries and extended hours until 8 p.m.