Prairie Lights, Grand Prairie Texas

More than 4 million lights will dazzle you this Christmas Season on a 2 mile drive through Lynn Creek Park near Dallas, Texas.  A City of Grand Prairie event, this light extravaganza begins on Thanksgiving night 2009 and lasts through December 31st, 2009.  The entrance fee is $15 per car Monday through Thursday and $20 per car on Friday and Saturday and includes up to 8 people per vehicle.  Limos, shuttle vans and commercial busses can expect to pay higher entrance fees.  Mid-way through your drive you will come upon the Holiday Village.  You may stop here for the Holiday Magic Light Show and a Walk Through the Forest of Lights.  The Holiday Magic Light Show is a 10 minute show in a theatre setting.  Admission to the Holiday Magic Light Show or the Walk Through Forest  is $3 per adult and $2 per child.  A combination ticket for both attractions is $5 per adult and $3 per child.  Allow 45 minutes for the drive through the park during the week with light traffic.  Allow 1 1/2 hours if you include a stop at the Holiday Village.  Allow a full extra hour if you are touring the park on the weekends.  The Prairie Lights are on display at Lynn Creek Park, 5700 Lake Ridge Parkway, Grand Prairie Texas.  75052  Prairie

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2 Responses to Prairie Lights, Grand Prairie Texas

  1. Andrew says:

    It’s hard to decide if this is a good deal or not… $20?! … are there any places that have free light setup?

  2. joanie7 says:

    Yes there are free drives through many Dallas/Fort Worth neighborhoods to enjoy the Christmas lights displays. One of the better known and most spectacular is the Interlochen neighborhood in Arlington, Texas. See related post!

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