Central Texas Christmas Light Displays

Here is a look at places to check out some of great Christmas Light displays around Central Texas.


Photo: Marble Falls Walkway of Lights

 Austin:

  • 37th Street Christmas Lights -  just north of the University of Texas, this street is famous for its lights and community spirit. Here, virtually everyone on the block puts up lights, and most put up THOUSANDS. Neighbors string lights between houses and across the street creating a canopy of lights that covers ths sky.
  • Zilker Holiday TreeThis 155 foot tall tree is composed of 39 streamers, each holding 81 multicolored 25 watt bulbs, totaling 3,309 lights is certainly fun to see.  The Zilker Tree is will be lit from 6 pm- midnight December 4th- December 31st.
  • Luminations at The Wildflower CenterThe best free celebration in town. We invite you to enjoy gardens lighted with more than 3,000 luminarias and 5,000 twinkle lights and to listen to music of the season. Admission is free with two canned food items for the Capital Area Food Bank.

Buda:

Georgetown:

Johnson City: 
  • Lights Spectacularboyhood home of President Lyndon B. Johnson, lights up the town decorating homes & businesses with an astounding number of lights. The Blanco County Court House (in Johnson City) is covered with more than 100,000 lights
  • Hill Country Christmas Light Display

Llano: 

Marble Falls:
  • Walkway of Lights -  The Walkway of Lights has dazzles hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the glover with over two-million bulbs beautifully reflecting off of Lake Marble Falls.

New Braunfels:


Round Rock:

Wimberley:

 

I am a realtor here in Austin, and clients are always asking for suggestions on what to do around town. So, I thought I would blog about my experiences, recommendations and what you have to do before you can call yourself a true Austinite.