Holiday in the Park, Six Flags Arlington

Holiday in the Park at Six Flags is great during the day, and at night millions of colored, twinkling lights shine around the park, with fun for the entire family! While the current Covid-19 situation has changed some of the events from previous years, visitors will still enjoy amazing live shows, music, a Christmas tree lighting experience nightly, and so much more!


Know Before You Go

Due to Covid-19 precautions, online reservations are required, and the park has limited capacity.

Many of the regular rides are closed during Holiday in the Park.


The Six Flags Tree of Trees lights nightly at 6:30pm, and there are shows by the carousel at 7:30pm and 8:30pm.


There are many small kiosk that open just for Holiday in the Park offering seasonal favorites such as hot chocolate, apple cider and many yummies!  One of our favorites each year is the Large Skillet!


Campfire Smores let you purchase a Smores kit to make campfire smores.

There are still campfires around the park just for keeping warm on chilly days and nights!


There are many fun Christmas themed shows during Holiday in the Park, be sure to ask for a daily schedule at the front gate.


We’ve never seen Santa at Six Flags, but you must reserve your time and Mrs. Clause also sees each child.

Frosty Snowhill

My VERY favorite thing about Holiday in the Park, after all the lights and Christmas music, is the Frosty Snowhill!  Where else can you ride down a real snow hill on a sled in Texas!  It was really warm this season, and we left a little wet, but we still had big smiles on our face!

More Things to do in Arlington  

Luminova Holidays shines to brighten the holidays this season in Arlington, with an outdoor ice skating rink, light displays and activities for the family!

The Levitt Pavilion brings live music to Arlington, most of which is free, and is the centerpiece of annual events such as the Holiday Lights and 4th of July Parade and fireworks show!  Click HERE to read more.

Christmas Lights of Interlochen is an Arlington Tradition at Christmas, with police directing traffic in this very popular neighborhood filled with twinkling lights!  Click HERE for more.

Campo Verde and the Kulesz Light Display are another Christmas tradition in Arlington!  Click HERE to read more.

Holiday in the Park, Six Flags

2201 Road to Six Flags St E, Arlington 

Click HERE to visit their website. 

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