Six Flags Over Texas Holiday In The Park 2016


Holiday In The Park has begun here at Six Flags Over Texas! This season marks the 31st Season of Holiday in the Park, which started back in 1985. This year promised to bigger and brighter with more lights and a new Holiday Section in the Boomtown area called, Deep In The Heart Of Christmas.


You can’t celebrate the holidays in Texas without a light up canopy of the Texas Flag. The new canopy occupies the space in front of the midway games and offers visitors light as they sip on hot cocoa and stroll on through.


Everything in Texas is bigger, even the ornaments. Through out the Boomtown area there are Texas sized Holiday ornaments for guests to take pictures in front of.


Every roof is covered in hundreds of lights, creating this “daylight” effect in the Boomtown area. The back drop is this beautifully decorated Red, White, and Blue Christmas Tree. From the Texas Sky Screamer, at 400 feet, you can see all the pretty lights glimmering all through the park.


The Southern Palace hosts the Holiday favorite, “All I Want For Christmas.”


“All I Want For Christmas” is a wonderful Holiday show about Miss Persimmons, her assistant Mr. Snickers, and a host of shoppers as they journey through a magical shop to learn the true meaning of Christmas.


No Holiday show is complete with out “Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy.”


“All I Want for Christmas” is filled with Holiday songs that guests of all ages will enjoy. This is a must see show here at Holiday In The Park.


Through out the park, guests can cozy up next to the many fire pits the park has set up. This is a great way to get warm in between riding the many attractions open during Holiday In The Park.


Each Fire pit offers guests the opportunity to roast marshmallows and make smores. Smore kits can be purchased, and at some locations can be used on the dining pass as a snack.


We love the new hot cocoa mugs that park has introduced this year. The new insulated mugs now have lids to keep your cocoa warm. They have also rolled out a wrist band for unlimited cocoa refills which you can purchase each time you visit the park during Holiday In The Park.


The whole park is filled with beautiful lights hung from trees and outlined on buildings. The Fa-La-La-La-La Light show is a spectacular area to sit down and watch as thousands of lights dance to Holiday music.


The Frosty Snowhill is a great way to go sledding in Texas. This attraction is included with park admission and allows kids of all ages to sled down a snow hill.


There’s no age limit on Holiday Fun here at Six Flags Over Texas.


The Oil Derrick displays a bright green tree and star, and can easily been seen from everywhere through out the park.


The Gotham City Villians banded together to help celebrate the Holiday Spirit with Green, Red and White lights. Riddler Revenge offers it year round lights and compliments the near by decorated trees.


CatWoman Whip shows off her dazzling lights along with a decorated fence and trees nearby.


Holiday In The Park is one of our favorite times of the year here in North Texas. Year after year, Six Flags Over Texas puts on a great event, with this year being no exception. The park looks amazing and we really enjoyed the new lights and decorations with, Deep in The Heart Of Christmas, in the BoomTown area. This event is included with your regular park admission and season pass admission. Click here for more information on Holiday In The Park.

Thank you for checking out out coverage of this festive event. We hope if you get the chance you will get out to Six Flags Over Texas and check out their Holiday In the Park!


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