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Christmas Shopping and Light Tours Transportation – DFW & Houston

Christmas Shopping and Lights Tours 40% Off

40% off holiday light tours or shopping excursions booked by Tuesday 12-5-17 and used by Saturday 12-30-17. Get your reservation on the books – you can always modify times later.  Use Promo Code: HOLIDAY

All prices based on four hours of service – DFW and Houston areas only.
  • Executive Sedan: $323 – $129.20 = $193.80
  • Executive SUV: $343.60  – $137.44 = $206.16
  • 12-passenger vans, Vanterras, or Sprinter Limos: $420 – $168 = $252
  • 21-passenger mini-buses: $380 – $152 = $228
  • 29-passenger mini-buses: $420 – $208 = $252
Toll fees additional.

Christmas Shopping Transportation

Enjoy your time shopping and leave the hassles of busy streets and parking lots to Wynne. Our drivers will get you safely to and from all your shopping destinations so your experience can be focused on enjoying your time. Relax and leave all the details to us.

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Holiday Lights Tours

Holiday lights are ready to flip the on switch and there are plenty around the area to see. Check out just a few of them on our Christmas Lights Tours page. We’ll focus on the driving so you can focus on the holiday beauty and splendor.

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DFW Area Christmas Light Tour Opportunities

Deerfield :: Legacy Drive & Colonade, Plano :: (between Preston Rd. and Coit Rd. Enter from Legacy on Colonnade or Archgate, noting one-way and restricted-turn signs along Old Pond Dr. and Hallmark Dr. )A well known neighborhood in the area, and widely appreciated for their spectacular holiday light displays. Click here for directions and more info. There is a preview on their website to help you decide if it’s worth the drive. Carriage rides and Segway tours are also available if you don’t mind the price. {Runs December 1-30 from 7-11pm}

Kessler Park :: 1415 W. Colorado Blvd, Oak Cliff :: This historic neighborhood sits just south of downtown and overlooks the skyline with treelined streets and charming turn of the century homes decorated with thousands of festive Christmas lights. The neighborhood organization funds all of the decorations! Look for details on their Neighborhood Website.

Prairie Lights :: 5610 Lake Ridge Pkwy, Grand Prairie :: November 23-December 31, 2017  Drive through the world’s longest light tunnel and see the displays of 4 million lights. Stop and get out at the Holiday Village to purchase refreshments, visit Santa, and catch some live entertainment with their newest Indoor Holiday Show. Click here for admission prices and more info.

Highland Park :: Armstrong & Preston, Dallas :: Be prepared to witness a friendly holiday “competition” at its finest. This iconic Dallas neighborhood brings thousands of visitors each year to witness the over-the-top, life-like, and sometimes technologically advanced displays from some of Dallas’s largest homes. If you make an appointment quickly, you can grab a coffee in Highland Park Village and jump on board one of the Highland Park Carriage Rides for a unique light tour, but time slots go fast!

Magical Winter Lights :: Lone Star Park, Grand Prairie :: November 17, 2017 – January 7, 2018 Here’s a way to get a multicultural look into the Holidays. This larger-than-life festival divides itself into multiple areas featuring unique looks into various light & lantern traditions from around the world. Tickets are $21 for adults, $13 for Children ages 4-12 & Seniors. Children under 4 are free.

Gift of Lights :: Texas Motor Speedway :: November 23 – December 30, 2017 This light trail is one that will keep the whole family entertained no matter what the Texas weather brings. There’s over 2 miles and over 3 million lights you can all see from the comfort of your car. After you’re through, you can head to Santa’s Village and get a picture with Santa, dance around with Olaf, take a ride on the Reindeer Express miniature train, make your own ornament, see a few retired race cars, or just sit down, relax, and have a bite to eat!

Vitruvian Lights :: 3875 Ponte Ave, Addison :: November 24, 2017-January 1, 2018 This is a fairly new addition to the metroplex! Overlooking a creek, this new home development has decorated EVERY tree in the neighborhood with beautiful lights reflecting off the water.

Tour of Lights :: 2540 Farmers Branch Ln, Farmers Branch :: November 24-December 30, 2017 Don’t miss this stunning display all from your car! Hop off at I-35 & Josey and follow the trail to downtown Farmers Branch and its Historical Park. This trail of lights is a $5 donation, so don’t be surprised when you’re not the only vehicle there. You’ll also want to check the hours of operation; they’re closed Christmas Day. 

Enchant :: Globe Life Park :: November 24 – December 31, 2017 (Open Tuesday-Sunday’s from 5:00pm – 11:00pm) This is a brand new event in the DFW area for 2017. Kids will love this as it boasts the “World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze” and North Texas’ Largest Outdoor Christmas Tree. In addition to strolling through the lights, you can visit Santa in his Palace, shop the Christmas Market, sample from over 21 Food Trucks, and rent a pair of skates at the ice skating pond. There will be nightly entertainment and FREE PARKING! Tickets are $29.95 for adults & $21.95 for children ages 5-14.

Holidays at the Heard :: Heard Natural Science Museum, McKinney :: December 15 & 16, 2017 ONLY You’ll hop out of your car for this experience and make sure to bring your walking shoes. This LIMITED opportunity is available to those willing to take a chilly 1/2 mile walk through the Wildlife Sanctuary. There is an admission and tickets typically sell fast!  


Houston Area Christmas Light Tour Opportunities

Hello, Trees! A Walking Serenade
Nov. 18, 2017-Jan. 25, 2018
Inspired by the century-old oaks at the heart of Discovery Green and the nonverbal cues trees use to communicate, this installation by Montreal art collective Daily tous le jours, is made up of a series of arches under the park’s live oak canopy. Speak into input stations at the end of the sculpture and watch your voice message transform into light patterns and music that travel along the arches. On display daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. from November 18, 2017 to January 25, 2018.

Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting
December 1, 2017
Enjoy this holiday tradition, now in its 98th year, in Hermann Square at City Hall. The Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting is a spectacular celebration including music, fireworks, a visit from Santa and more. But the highlight is watching City Hall’s towering tree light up downtown with its glowing lights, shimmering ornaments and tree topper. Bring an unwrapped toy to the Reliant booth for donation to the Salvation Army and get a light-up Santa hat. The event takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. and is free to the public.

Holiday Lights Tour
Multiple dates
Once again, the Houston Wave will take guests on a Holiday Lights Tour to check out all that dazzles and sparkles this holiday season. The tour will start at Market Square Park downtown before embarking on a journey past the tree at City Hall, the giant ornaments at Discovery Green, and the always decorated neighborhoods of River Oaks and the Woodland Heights.

Zoo Lights 
Nov. 18, 2017 – Jan. 14, 2018
Zoo Lights returns to the Houston Zoo this year with a spectacular display of more than 2 million lights. Sip hot chocolate as you stroll through fifteen miles of twinkling lights illuminating the zoo’s oak trees and lighting up its pathways, plus colorful projections, and life-sized animated animal sculptures. Other features include the Holiday Train Village and an Enchanted Forest. Zoo Lights is closed on Nov. 27 and Dec. 14, 24 and 25. Tickets range from $11.95 to $19.95 depending on the night and whether visitors are zoo members.

Lights In The Heights
Dec. 9, 2017 
Each year, the Woodland Heights neighborhood comes alive for Lights in the Heights on a Saturday evening in early December. But the lights don’t go dim in this charming neighborhood until well after Christmas so if you want to avoid the crowds, you can plan to drive or walk around on a different evening. Find a concentration of lights along Highland Street and Bayland Avenue.

Shepherd Park & Candlelight Park

You’ll find a lot of large cutouts and dioramas in the Shepherd Park and Candlelight Park neighborhoods’ holiday displays. Arches over the streets and big inflatables make this a winner for the kids. The best spot to start is north of West 43rd Street on either side of Ella Boulevard.

River Oaks

River Oaks is one neighborhood you shouldn’t miss when looking for the city’s best holiday lighting displays. Mansions and estates go all out with grand lighting displays that are a treat to see. A popular stop is the River Oaks Country Club on River Oaks Boulevard. Start there and work your way around the neighborhood; you’re bound to see beautiful lights most everywhere you look. While some homes start putting up lights around Thanksgiving, visit in December for better sights, and try to avoid Saturdays when it’s busiest.

40th Annual Nite of Lites
Dec. 9 – Dec. 31, 2017
The residents of Prestonwood Forest in Northwest Houston have been decorating their homes in grand fashion since the 1970s. Hundreds of homes participate in the neighborhood’s annual Nite of Lites event, which runs for most of December. Neighbors compete in several categories, such as best block, best house, and even best mailbox. Many of the decorations revolve around a theme, such as the Twelve Days of Christmas, Texas Christmas and more. Start on Prestonwood Forest Drive, just off of Texas Highway 249, and take a look at this year’s Nite of Lites map to guide your visit.