Here’s how to get around while your sleigh is in the shop.
Does anyone else think that trolleys are a massively underrated form of transportation? Sure the trolley is not as efficient as a bus, nor as convenient as an Uber, but it’s got charm; during Christmastime, it’s also got a ton of cheer. If you couldn’t manage to book a ticket on the boozy Polar Express this year, you can find alternate transportation on one of the Holiday Lights Trolley Rides through Highland Park for one of the most magical rides in the city.
The most wonderful time of the year is upon us. Dallas, despite being firmly planted in the heart of the South, is looking a lot like the North Pole this year. With a 95-foot Christmas tree, larger-than-life holiday lights, interactive Christmas movies, and a real-life Polar Express. Yet, even more merry times await. From November 28 to December 23, you can take a trip through Highland Park in these dazzling Holiday Lights Trolley Rides.
“Experience the Holiday Lights Trolley Ride through Highland Park,” the company writes on their website. “Along the 1 hour ride, our festive Trolley’s let you enjoy magic of the holiday season.”
Passengers can purchase tickets for the joyful trolley ride for $20. Trolleys depart from Mockingbird Station, with surface and garage parking free of charge. The trolley takes you on a one-hour excursion through Highland Park, which will undoubtedly sparkle with myriad lighting displays.
In other X-mas news, this weekend coincides with the opening of Gaylord Texan’s massive I Love Christmas Movies pop-up, as well as the three dazzling drive-thru lighting spectacles opening in North Texas cities.