Five Festive Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Houston
December 2, 2021
It is a joyous time of year. If you are looking for festive ways to celebrate Christmas in Houston, then we have got you covered. Below you will find five events for Houston new homes residents to enjoy this season.
1. Christmas Train at Victory Camp – Located about 40 minutes south of downtown, you will be able to enjoy the spectacular Christmas Train at Victory Camp. See a lovely exhibit of Christmas lights and displays as you make your way on a train ride.
2. Green Mountain Energy Ice – Glide into festive fun on Green Mountain Energy Ice at Discovery Green. The ice-skating rink will be open this holiday season until January 30. The cost is $15 per person, plus tax, including skate rental and $8 per person, plus tax, including skate rental on Cheap Skate Mondays.
3. Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular 2021 – This Saturday, December 4 the Mayor’s Official Tree Lighting Ceremony at Hermann Square will begin at 4 p.m. and go until 8 p.m. Partake in the tree lighting ceremony as well as fireworks, live music, photos with Santa, and lots of family fun during this annual event. The tree will stay lit until December 31.
4. Lightscape – This event will be taking place at the Houston Botanic Gardens from now until January 2. Come out and enjoy a magical display of lights throughout the garden. This is an event for people of all ages and runs from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
5. Very Merry POPS – Enjoy the festive sounds of the Houston Symphony Orchestra during their Very Merry POPS concert December 18-19. You will hear songs such as Deck the Halls, White Christmas, A Charlie Brown Christmas, The Christmas Song, O Holy Night, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas to you and your family! And if buying a new house on your Christmas list, we have an array of beautiful Houston new homes in the communities of Oak Forest, Rice Military, and Sunset Heights that are perfect for you to celebrate with a new home.Tags: homes for sale Houston Tx, houston homebuilder, inner loop houston builder
This post was written by Sandcastle Homes