Probably one of the best parts of the season is seeing all the beautiful holiday light displays in our area! Living in one of the most festive neighborhoods, Pecan Grove, I don’t have to travel far to enjoy the bright, cheerful holiday displays. Our neighborhood seems to outdo itself year after year, and we aren’t the only ones in the Houston area. There are so many options from local neighborhood displays to special events. Check out our list of the Top 15 Houston Area Holiday Light Displays below!
Holiday Lights – Houston Area Neighborhoods
Enjoy a self guided tour through any of these Houston area neighborhoods, or hire someone else to do the driving for you, like a hayride in Pecan Grove!
Pecan Grove – Richmond
- Pecan Grove Hayrides – One of the best ways to tour Pecan Grove during the holidays is by Hay Ride! Support local schools with their annual fundraiser and enjoy letting someone else do the driving so you can take it all in. Click links for availability and pricing: Austin High School ProGrad Hayrides , Travis High School Hayrides
River Oaks – Houston
The Heights – Houston
Pin Oak Village – Katy
Prestonwood Forest – NW Houston
Spring Shadows – Quincannon Lane – Spring Branch
Holiday Lights – Houston Area Special Events
Click on links below for details on pricing and availability. Some are walking tours, others are drive through experiences.
Holiday Lights at Constellation Field – Sugar Land
Houston Zoo Lights – Houston
Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston – Houston
Houston Botanical Garden Lightscape – Houston
Deck the Park, Memorial Park – Houston
Light the Park at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown – Katy & Spring
Dasher’s Light Show – Hockley
Moody Gardens Festival of Lights – Galveston
Magical Winter Lights – Katy
Whip up a hot chocolate, turn up the Christmas tunes, and enjoy any or all of these Top 15 Houston Area Holiday Light Displays! Be sure to subscribe to our Weekly Events List to stay up to date on all the great, local events happening this season!
Do you have a favorite place to tour holiday lights? Did we miss any that should be added to our list?
We wish you all a very happy holiday season!