We love Christmas in San Antonio, probably because there are so many things to see and do! Make sure and take the time to enjoy just a few of the many San Antonio activities during the holiday season and, by all means, stop to enjoy the San Antonio Christmas sites! Here are a few of the San Antonio Christmas sites you won’t want to miss:
- The River Walk is, without a doubt, one of the most popular holiday attractions in San Antonio, as it is transformed every Christmas into a holiday wonderland! Don’t forget to stop at the Museum Ranch section to catch the underwater light displays! Magnificent!
- Everyone knows about Ed Clark’s House in San Antonio, as this is the place where Ed Clark and his wife have put up elaborate Christmas decorations and lights since 1988. Each year Clark adds to his holiday lights collection, so come and see what’s new this year!
- Head over to Windcrest and enjoy the beautiful light displays throughout this lovely neighborhood! The residents of Windcrest have been decorating their homes for 52 years!
- Cureo’s Christmas in the Park – This annual, free event is bigger than ever, thanks to the many individuals who replaced the vandalized lights from last year. Don’t forget to look for the amazing, 37-foot American flag display while you’re there!
- Santa’s Ranch in New Braunfels is a mile-long light display that features over one million twinkling lights and 100 animated displays! Don’t forget to look for the scenes from Noah’s Ark while you’re there!
- Head to Frisco and wonder in the massive lights displays! Frisco claims to have the largest, choreographed light displays in Texas, so come and see them for yourself!
- Cowboy’s Christmas, at the Enchanted Springs Ranch, is a massive light display that stretches out over several miles. Experience the holiday season, cowboy style!
- Don’t forget about Fredericksburg when enjoying your San Antonio Christmas sites, as this town’s historic main street is transformed into a magical light display, complete with a 26-foot-tall German handcrafted Christmas pyramid!