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Bring out Your Inner Child at Marble Falls’ Walkway of Lights

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By Judy Peacock
     Photos by Judy Peacock

One of the many reasons to visit Marble Falls in the Texas Hill Country during the holiday season is the beautiful, world famous Walkway of Lights. The Walkway opened for the season on Friday, Nov. 20, and will be open every night through Jan. 1, 2016, from 6 to 10 p.m., weather permitting (see cancellation info at bottom of article*). Come to Lakeside Park at 800 3rd Street in Marble Falls to see more than a million Christmas lights on more than 230 lighted figures. It is free, but donations are welcome.

Bring out Your Inner Child at Marble Falls’ Walkway of Lights

See how many Santas you can spot as you take the self-guided tour. Also, there are photos with the live Santa available Nov. 26-29 and Dec. 4-6, 11-13, and 18-20.       

As you enter the Walkway, friendly volunteers welcome you and answer any questions you might have. Then you walk through the Walkway at your own pace, and feel the magic of the Christmas season wash over you as you view these fantastic lighted figures. Some of the shapes are cute and whimsical; some are beautiful and make you ooh and ah; some are religious; some are so large that you can’t help but wonder how many lights it must have taken to create them. All are a joy to behold.

Bring out Your Inner Child at Marble Falls’ Walkway of Lights
Live trees line Lake Marble Falls, and you can see the reflection of the Hwy. 280 Bridge across the lake behind several of the structures.  Donations are appreciated to help make this winter wonderland a reality. (Oh, and there’s another Santa.)

The Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce organizes this delightful production each year, and accepts the monetary help of many individual and corporate sponsors, as well as the physical labor of a multitude of volunteers.  As you see what all is there, you can imagine that it takes a lot of hard work and man-hours to put together such a beautiful and memorable event. The event’s Facebook page tells us that one of this year’s sponsors contributed 125 live trees, set them up, and put lights on them!  They have three Title Sponsors and dozens of other sponsors.

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