If you want to bask in the glow of this holiday season in Austin, here at Omnifique we have put together some of the best places to see the lights this December, so grab your cup of cocoa and enjoy the display!
Anna Court in Cedar Park will be displaying 175000 Christmas lights and the Christmas tree alone will have over 7000 lights! Anna Court is turning on the Christmas lights and it will be displayed until New Years Eve.
When? December 22nd at 5pm
The annual Austin Trail of Lights is Austins longest running holiday tradition that features a walkable experience in Zilker Park with more than 2 million lights, 90 lighted holiday trees, food trucks, and plenty of extra activities for kids, such as visits with Santa, carousel rides, free books from H-E-B, s’mores making — and more.
When? December 10th-23rd
Take in the River of Lights, numerous lighted displays in a variety of seasonal themes lining Bastrop’s scenic June Hill Pape River Walk. To access this one-half mile promenade, come down the stairs west of the intersection of Main and Pine Streets or select the fully accessible entrance at Fishermans Park on Farm Street.
When? November 30th – January 2020
Celebrate the holidays with your family and friends by going to the Chinati Court cul-de-sac! All the homes in the cul-de-sac light up each night and they collect cash and toy donations for Brown Santa; a program that provides assistance to underprivileged children and their families in Travis County and senior residents of local retirement centers in Travis County.
The sights and sounds of Dripping Springs’ 15th Annual Christmas on Mercer Street will come alive on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm as Mercer Street and the downtown area transform into a hometown holiday festival featuring holiday shopping, arts, and crafts booths, live entertainment, a petting zoo, trackless train, pony rides, children’s activities and more.
When? December 7th