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5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch

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Like everything else that’s done in Texas, it’s best to go big or go home. And such is the case in even small town Texas, where Christmas is done right. You may be dreaming of a white Christmas, but once you see all the lights and decorations, you’ll love a red and green Christmas too! Small town Texas Christmases can’t be beat, or missed! And the towns of the Texas Hill Country are some you don’t want to miss. Here are five small town Texas Hill Country celebrations to put on your list.

1. Fredericksburg

5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch

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Celebrate Christmas on the banks of the Pedernales River! Enjoy the awe-inspiring annual Light the Night Christmas Parade and visit the Christmas Wine Affair, taking place over 3 weeks during the month of December.

2. Llano

5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch

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Each year the good people of Llano light up its namesake river at Starry, Starry Nights. Starting with a warm cup of hot chocolate and ending with a visit with Santa, Llano’s small-town Texas Hill Country Christmas celebration can’t be missed!

3. Bandera

5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch

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The Cowboy Capital of Texas can’t hurt when it comes to Christmas, so why not combine the two? Bandera does just that with the Cowboy Capital Christmas – a small town Texas Hill Country Christmas celebration featuring lights, meet-and-greets with Santa, and Christmas carols being sung by a choir! Add to it a parade and a living nativity, and you’ve got a great place to be over the holidays!

4. Johnson City

5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch

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The annual Lights Spectacular in Johnson City is a small town Texas Hill Country Christmas celebration that makes the holidays come alive. Running now through January 1, 2017, there’s a horse-drawn carriage or tour bus for your travelling pleasure from which to enjoy the lights and get in the Christmas spirit!

5. Kerrville

5 Small-Town Texas Hill Country Christmas Celebrations to Catch
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