Twelve days of Christmas In Cowtown

Tis’ the season and Fort Worth has a lot to offer during the Holidays! Enjoy our 12 days of Christmas in Cowtown.

 

  The Texas White House Bed and Breakfast 

There is something special about a holiday getaway,  we have a few rooms available (mention Christmas in Cowtown for $50 off your stay through January 31, 2019).  Cozy up by the fire and indulge in a chef breakfast, just to relax and celebrate. Remember that Magnolia Avenue is a quick two blocks away, offering over 30 restaurants, coffee, ice cream and shopping.

 

 Christmas in Sundance Square

You will not want to miss Santa and the beautiful tree in the square!
The 56ft tree lights up the skyscrapers in the heart of downtown, it is a holiday tradition worth starting. The tree will be on display until Jan. 2nd but Santa, he is only around until the 23rd!

 

The Nutcracker at Bass Hall:

A magical Christmas Eve comes to life in the ballet that has delighted generations with its charming story and exquisite dancing. Tickets available Dec. 7th- 24th

 

 The Modern Light: 

It happens once a year, The lawn at the Modern Art Museum will again be illuminated with a spectacular array of festive lights. The Museum will be open until 7 pm on Tuesdays and 8 pm on Fridays, and Santa’s little secret…Free admission every Friday! We would also recommend lunch at Cafe’ Modern.

 

      Santaland Diaries Casa Manana

Santaland Diaries is a sardonic, irreverent holiday tale of  Crumpet, the grumpiest elf at Macy’s in New York at Christmastime. This show is suitable for mature audiences. Tickets available from December 6th- 22nd

 

Panther Island Ice

Nothing puts you into the Christmas spirit like ice skating.
Panther Island is open seasonally from November 16th- January 14th

 

 

 Carols and Cocoa at MELT

You may think Christmas and Ice cream do not go together, you also may be wrong if you have not been to MELT Ice Cream.  Join as  MELT will continues their annual tradition, Ice Cream is a holiday treat!

 

Fairmount Festivus 

A holiday light tour of the historic Fairmount neighborhood! Highlights of the event include a visit to Santa’s Village as well as photos with Santa, games for the adults, snow makers, crafts for the kids, refreshments and carolers. Buses leave from Kent and Co. The neighborhood is a nice drive or walk to see the Christmas lights this time of year. December 18th.

 

Texas Christkinel Market

Inspired by a cherished German tradition, the Texas Christkindl Market in Arlington, Texas is one of the largest open-air holiday markets in the Southwest. Nestled next to Globe Life Park from November 23rd- December 23rd.

 

Enchant at Globe Life Park

Once again, illuminate North Texas skies with its World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze & Market. A new heart-warming theme, an updated adventure in the light maze, and a larger, dazzling Artisans’ Market.  November 23rd- December 30th

 

Lone Star Christmas at The Gaylord Texan

A thrilling twelve-lane, tubing hill that is filled with fun factory craziness and thrilling hills covered in REAL SNOW, Gingerbread house decorating, Santa, Trains, a 6,000 ft indoor ice skating ring, Rudolph at breakfast, and the list goes on. The Gaylord at Christmas is one the whole family will enjoy!

 

 ICE at the Gaylord

Experience favorite scenes from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer brought to life in this walk-through winter wonderland carved from more than two million pounds of colorful ice.
November 9th- January 1st

 

This wraps up our favorite Christmas in Cowtown traditions. Whatever you chose to do, we hope that it is with the ones you love. We wish you a Merry Christmas and encourage you to make a new Holiday tradition this year! We also wish you and yours a healthy New Year, one filled with travel, get-aways and relaxing stays!

-Your friendly native staff at the Texas White House b&b

Cindy, Mindy, Magen

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