Santa Land, Tyler

Santa Land is a drive-thru Christmas Light Park in Tyler, but you can choose to leave your car and take the wagon-ride for a very hometown holiday experience!  We even caroled through the park with the music coming from speakers along the route!

Before or after your tour, you can visit with Santa at no additional charge!

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Know Before You Go

Make a potty stop before getting in line, especially with young children.  Santa Land has Port-A-Pottys, so you may want to find a place along the highway.

Santa Land sells hot chocolate in their store, which you can visit before or after your tour.  There is also a Starbucks just West on the Interstate, and a Collin Street Bakery in Lindale.

Expect long lines, especially on weekends!  Try to arrive early, if possible.  The park opens early November, and remains open until after January 1st.

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Things To Do in Tyler

Play

The Caldwell Zoo is a fun zoo filled with great animals encounters, interactive exhibits and beautiful landscaping!  Click HERE to read more!

Eat

Don Juan Mexican Restaurant at 1313 E Erwin St, Tyler on the Courthouse Square in Downtown Tyler has a great location, with festive and colorful decorations!

Stay

The cute cabins at Jellystone Park overlook the fish lake, but I’ll warn you that the park has so many great activities, your kids may never want to leave!  Click HERE to read more!


Santa Land

11518 Interstate 20 W., Tyler

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