Holiday at the Arboretum, Presented by Reliant, Features The 12 Days of Christmas, the DeGolyer House “Christkindlmarket Treasures” and the New Christmas Village More than one million lights add to the nighttime ambiance The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden invites visitors to celebrate the holidays with a classic tradition and a brand new magical exhibition during Holiday at the Arboretum presented by Reliant running from November 9 to December 31. The beloved 12 Days of Christmas, which depicts each day in the beloved carol with 12 Victorian-style gazebos, returns to delight guests of all ages. Guests can see them during the day or lit up at night, with more than one million lights adorning the garden and the 30-foot-tall spruce tree. The Arboretum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and opens for extended hours for The 12 Days of Christmas at Night, Wednesday through Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m., starting November 13. Visit the website for more information about dates and tickets. Adding to the festive holiday spirit is the lavishly decorated DeGolyer House featuring “ChristkindlmarketTreasures.” Each room in this historic home showcases a collection of treasures typically found in European Christmas markets. The elaborate décor provides the ambience to create a unique and magnificent experience for guests to enjoy. Beginning November 29, the home is open daily and on Wednesday evenings. Great excitement fills the garden with the arrival of the brand new holiday attraction-The Pauline and Austin Neuhoff Family Christmas Village-which opens November 29. The Christmas Village features 12 old-world European-style shops and façades that represent a quaint European hamlet. Measuring 16 to 19 feet tall, each house is themed and large enough so that several children and adults can enter at a time and experience that particular business. During the day, children […]

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