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San Antonio Holidays 2021: Things You Must Do!

November 11-January 2

SeaWorld San Antonio is decking out the halls for the BIGGEST Christmas celebration in Texas, an extraordinary holiday event. This wintery, watery wonderland features Christmas shows, festive foods, Santa Claus, the largest Christmas light display in Texas and so much more!

November 12-January 9

The Holiday Lights on the San Antonio River Walk have been a San Antonio tradition since 1975. Experience a spectacular display of over 100,000 lights draped over the towering bald cypress trees that line the River Walk. The Holiday Lights are free to enjoy and stretch from the downtown portion of the River Walk all the way to the Pearl District one mile north. The River Walk is a public park and is open every day of the year, 24 hours a day.

November 19-January 17

The Rotary Ice Rink at Travis Park provides a fun and festive recreational activity for the whole family throughout the holiday season – and beyond!

The ice rink may be closed at times due to weather such as heat, lightning, or rain. On very warm days, the rink may open later than scheduled. Your ticket and wristband are valid for 75 minutes.

November 19- January 2

First premiering to sold-out crowds in the U.K. and then Chicago, Lightscape will shine throughout the San Antonio Botanical Garden’s 38 acres. Guests will be enchanted by magical light displays set along a beautifully illuminated one-mile path winding through the Botanical Garden. These captivating illuminations will dazzle the senses and the show will proudly include installations unique to Texas created by local and international artists. The trail will feature a one-of-a-kind experience blending new works, including a field of Texas bluebonnets, with guest-favorites, such as the show-stopping Cathedral of Light, an impressive towering cathedral arch tunnel sparkling with 100,000 lights.

In addition to the captivating light displays, guests will have an opportunity to enjoy festive food and drinks, including roasting s’mores.

For more events throughout the month of December, visit

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