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Happy Holidays, Galveston Style

November 10, 2017

Beginning November 24, Saengerfest Park will be the setting for “Downtown Lanterns and Lights,” a lovely collection of hand-made items and Christmas trees that will illuminate the park. Family holiday photos can be taken inside a giant snow globe as of November 25th and 26th, in addition to three days in December (9, 16, and 23). “Downtown Lanterns and Lights” will be on display through January 2, 2018. For more information, click here. Moody Gardens’ Festival of Lights includes hundreds of animated and sound-enhanced light displays, along with snow tubing, and ice skating.

Don’t miss “Ice Land,” the Gardens’ 28,000 square foot exhibit featuring ice sculptures with a rainforest theme carved from two million pounds of ice. Both “Ice Land” and the Festival of Lights begin on November 11, and will run through January 7, 2018. For more information, click here. Lastly, be sure to attend at least one of the holiday performances at the Grand 1894 Opera House. Between November 12th and January 13th, the opera house will host a variety of exciting entertainers and performances, including “An Evening with Sophia Loren,” “Willie Nelson & Family,” “STOMP,” and “The Official Blues Brother’s Revue. For tickets and details, click here.