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12 Days of Christmas and 12 Days of Beer at Dallas Arboretum

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Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden kicks off their holiday celebrations with classic traditions and a magical new exhibition on November 9, 2019. Holiday at the Arboretum presented by Reliant runs through December 31, 2019.

“One of the things we love most about the holidays is celebrating the season with family and friends, and there’s no better place to do that than the Dallas Arboretum,” said Elizabeth Killinger, President, Reliant. “We’re honored to be part of such a special tradition where the community comes together to experience the more than one million dazzling lights at Holiday at the Arboretum.”

12 Days of Christmas Spectacular at Night

12 Days of Christmas and 12 Days of Beer at Dallas Arboretum

Photo: Dallas Arboretum

Well-loved Arboretum exhibit “12 Days of Christmas” returns to depict each day in the classic carol with 12 Victorian-style gazebos. Guests are welcome to enjoy them all day, but at night the gardens are even more spectacular, blazing with over one million lights.

The beautifully decorated DeGolyer House features “ChristkindlmarketTreasures.” Rooms in the historic home showcase treasures typically found only in European Christmas markets. The elaborate décor and ambiance offer guests a unique and memorable experience.

DeGolyer House opens daily starting November 9, and it also opens on Wednesday evenings. The Arboretum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., opening for extended hours for the 12 Days of Christmas at Night. Hours are Wednesday through Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m., starting November 13.

New Christmas Village Exhibit

12 Days of Christmas and 12 Days of Beer at Dallas Arboretum
Photo: Dallas Arboretum

The Pauline and Austin Neuhoff Family Christmas Village is an exciting new exhibit that opens November 29. The Christmas Village features 12 old-world, European-style shops and façades representing a quaint European hamlet. Houses, measured 16 to 19 feet tall, are themed to show a variety of European shops. They are large enough for several children and adults to enter at a time.

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