Monday, November 19, 2012
Photos: Going to Prairie Lights in Grand Prairie? Here’s a sneak peek
This is a family must-do this holiday season.
GRAND PRAIRIE This holiday, find some time to drive through Prairie Lights, a 2-mile span of Christmas lights in Grand Prairie. Opening on Thanksgiving night and running through New Year's Eve, the path features 4 million lights, including "the world's largest light tunnel" at the end, according to organizers.
Your kiddos can also meet Santa halfway through the drive. Note that Santa will be there every night until December 23. (He has to return to the North Pole on December 24, of course.)
Plan to spend about 45 minutes driving through Prairie Lights. If you stop to see Santa, budget an hour and a half. Find ticket pricing and other information here.
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