12 Christmas Must Do's for Katy Families


by Ariana Pezeshki

Christmas events, light trails to light shows are sparking up all over Katy and the Houston area for the holiday season! Katy families can travel near and far to view some of the greatest light displays and holiday events Texas has to offer!

1. Katy Old Fashioned Christmas Festival

5717 2nd St, Katy, Texas 77493

Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 10 AM – 5 PM The ninth annual Katy Old Fashioned Christmas festival is beloved by many in the Katy community. The free Christmas event is located in Historic Downtown Katy and features food, arts and crafts, antiques, clothing, accessories, jewelry, gifts, handmade goodies, holiday carolers, delicious food trucks, entertainment, a a beer garden! For the kids and the young at heart, 50,000 pounds of snow for winter wonderland fun.

2. Dewberry Farm

FM 362 & Morrison Rd Brookshire, TX 77423

November 23 - December 30

The fun at Dewberry Farm isn't over after the pumpkin picking season. Christmas in the Country begins November 23 through December 30! Take the family out to cut-your-own Christmas tree, enjoy thee whimsical Christmas Village decorated with twinkling lights, garlands, ribbons and tinsel. The Trail of Lights displays with over one million lights to music creating the perfect holiday backdrop on a wagon ride with friends and family. There's also a country store, for holiday shops, meet Santa and a photo-op moment inside the Giant Snow Globe!

3.Santa's Wonderland

18898 Hwy 6, College Station, TX 77845

November 9 - December 30

Texas Christmas experience with hayride tours viewing over three million twinkling lights, Photo ops to meet with Santa, petting zoo, pony rides, live music, a winery for mom and dad, 25,000 sq ft of shopping, Texas sized meals, and it wouldn't be a Texas sized Christmas without a mechanical bull! This year Santa's Wonderland is introducing real snow this year for the first time with tubing on "Frostbites mountain" and the "Snow Playground" for kids of all ages to frolic in the snow making snow angels, and snowmen. Everything is bigger in Texas and Santa'