As the days grow shorter and the air turns crisp, a magical transformation takes place in Dickinson, TX. The city becomes a winter wonderland, surrounded by the warm glow of millions of twinkling lights.
This year, the Dickinson Festival of Lights returns for its 26th edition, promising an even more captivating experience for visitors of all ages.
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A Must-See Guide to the Dickinson Christmas Lights 2023
Christmas Lights in Dickinson TX
This joyous walk-through event also known as the Dickinson Festival of Lights 2023 is open every single night from November 25 until December 30th! Visit the 26th year of the Christmas Lights in Dickinson TX from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm. However, note that the Dickinson Festival of Lights Dickinson TX will be closed on both December 24 and December 25.
Dickinson Festival of Lights Photos
With so much to see and do, make sure to get your pictures taken with Santa every Friday to Sunday! Remember, these photo ops at the Dickinson Lights start every night starting December 15 until December 23.
Festival of Lights Dickinson Shuttles
Thinking of taking the shuttle to fully experience the Dickinson Lights Festival? They’re free! The last inbound shuttle bus runs at 8:30 pm and any outbound shuttles will continue running until the Paul Hopkins Park Dickinson TX is empty.
The free shuttle bus runs from Friday to Sunday starting on December 16th until December 23.
Dickinson Festival of Lights 2023 – Where You Can Park
This year, parking is also free of charge if you’re making your way to see the Christmas Lights Dickinson TX has to offer this holiday season. Parking for the Dickinson Light Festival has been graciously provided for by the Shrine of the True Cross Catholic Church. Simply find Exit 19 or HWY-517 then head east! You’ll see the Church about one block down on the right.
For those who require handicapped parking, provide proper identification and simply drop off guests at the bus loading and unloading area before parking!
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