LIST: Here’s what downtown Houston has planned for the holidays
HOUSTON – Houstonians and visitors can celebrate the winter holiday with shopping, sightseeing and special events in downtown Houston. There’s no place like Downtown for the holidays,” said Angie Bertinot, Downtown District Director of Marketing and Communications. www.marriottmarquishouston.comHoliday Decor on Main StreetNovember 18–January 3Stroll along Main Street and take in the twinkling lights bringing the holiday spirit to Downtown Houston! Glowing with energy-efficient LED lights, shimmering ornaments and a stunning star topper, the tree lights up the streets of Downtown Houston year after year. www.phoeniciafoods.com/Discovery GreenThe Ice at Discovery Green powered by Green Mountain EnergyDaily, November 13–January 31Tickets from $11Discovery Green, 1500 McKinneyIce skating returns to Downtown Houston this holiday season!
Moody Gardens opens Festival of Lights and other holiday attractions in Galveston
GALVESTON, Texas – The official start of the holiday season is now underway in Galveston. The Holiday in the Gardens kicked off at Moody Gardens on Saturday evening. Several attractions are now open at Moody Gardens, including the arctic slide, train ride and the Festival of Lights, a 1-mile trail with over two million lights with themed displays. The 4D theater is also showing “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.”HAPPY HOLIDAYS: ‘Holiday in the Gardens’ kicks off at @MoodyGardens in Galveston, the holiday season officially Underway pic.twitter.com/bMPlNQQ0Rj — KPRC2Jonathan (@KPRC2Jonathan) November 22, 2020Safety protocols including social distancing and mask requirements are in place this holiday season to ensure the safety of the families and staff during this annual tradition.