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Massive Magical Winter Lights Spectacle Opens Today In Houston

Colby Smith Colby Smith

Massive Magical Winter Lights Spectacle Opens Today In Houston

It’s a magical winter wonderland!

Just in time for the cold front, Magical Winter Lights is returning to Houston with a 20-acre kingdom of lights, lanterns, and merry winter entertainment from today, November 19, to Sunday, January 2! [Featured image: @anjumanonthego]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Clutch City. Now that we’re in the last leg of November, with December and all of its festive cheer around the corner, the people of Houston are hitting the lights and providing some very welcome twinkles to the city.

Today, Magical Winter Lights, former champions of The Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC Network, is returning for another year to Baytown with 20 acres and 52 days of magical winter fun.

“Magical Winter Lights is back for the 2021 holiday season! Begin your enchanted journey to tour more than 100 individual lantern sets in eight unique themed sections. Find the magical castle, a Christmas village, skylines of Houston, a Dino fun zone, festival foods, carnival rides and games, Santa and Ice Sisters meet-and-greet, local cultural performances on select nights, and more!”

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The lantern attractions range from an intergalactic space center, an enchanting tribute to Chinese culture, an icicle palace, an undersea paradise, and much more!

Magical Winter Lights at the Houston Raceway Park at 2525 FM 565, Baytown will be open every day from now until January 2, including major holidays such as Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. The event is open from Sunday through Thursday 5 pm – 10 pm; Friday and Saturday, Thanksgiving Day, December 24 – January 1 from 5 – 11 pm.

Tickets start at $23.50 (+ fees) for adults, $15.o0 (+ fees) for seniors and children aged 3 – 12. Family packs, unlimited carnival ride wristbands, and discount options are also available.

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