Christmas is a big event in Dallas, Texas. The festivities typically get started as early as mid November and run through the first few days of January. So if you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate as a large group, why not charter flights to the Longhorn State? Here’s a holiday stocking size look at some of the goodies waiting to be unwrapped in Dallas:
Hotel/Resort Holiday Displays
Many of the area’s lodging establishments create incredible holiday displays but perhaps none is more anticipated by the locals than the one you’ll find at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center. It’s situated less than a 30-minutes’ drive away from Dallas, in Grapevine. There’s no arguing that when it comes to creating holiday magic, these display organizers clearly believe in going big. It consists of 12 snow tubing lanes, live ice carving demonstrations, visits from traditional Christmas characters plus more than one million lights. And that’s not even counting the ornaments, garland, charming sculptures and more.
Chi Omega Christmas Market
If chartering flights to Dallas and seeing the area hotels’ extravagant displays don’t leave you humming holiday tunes, just wait. The Annual Chi Omega Christmas Market in Dallas will clearly have your group channeling their inner Mormon Tabernacle Choir or Mannheim Steamroller in record time. It’s a fabulous, festive, friendly place to get a little shopping in before the day. And the fact that a percentage of your group's purchases will go towards Dallas based charities is sure to spark some holiday goodwill among your travel buddies too. This year, it’s set to kickoff on November 19th and last for four days.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
After exploring the market, tell you group to keep their snow boot laces tied up tight. There is still plenty of festive ground to cover at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Their staff always builds some of the most beautiful, Victorian area decorations in all of Texas. In addition, the experience also features live musical entertainment, costumed characters and holiday goodies. The displays are slated to be up and ready for viewing from November 16th until early January.
Christmas Tours for Foodies
If all of that walking has your group craving sugar cookies and chocolate Santas, one of the area’s Christmas tours for foodies should do the trick. There is even one tour available that’s dedicated to chocolate, wine and holiday lights. It’s run by the group, Dallas by Chocolate, on different days throughout November and December. And some of their tours include opportunities to enjoy holiday music too.
Those are just some of the many different Christmas themed activities that await groups who charter flights to Dallas, Texas. To learn more about reserving a private plane and touching down amidst all of the happy, holiday action, please contact us. We offer various size groups access to both domestic and international charter flights year round.