We expect the Azalea District in Tyler to be filled with gorgeous color in the Spring, but now you can expect it during the holiday's, too. The Azalea District 'Trail of Lights' will return for Rose City Christmas.
Christmas is definitely the most wonderful time of the year, the time of the year when family comes to town for the yearly visit to catch up on what they missed out and to talk about times gone by. They're in town for a few days and once you're all caught up what do you do?
We've seen houses with beautiful Christmas light displays synced to music, but this neighborhood to it to another level when they synced multiple houses to Trans-Siberian Orchestra's 'Wizards of Winter'.
Millions upon millions of twinkling Christmas lights are scattered throughout the East Texas landscape during this festive time of the year. There's a huge concentration of lights that twinkle and shine upon decorations at the many drive-thru light parks in East Texas.
Driving around seeing Christmas lights and displays are one of the finer joys of celebrating Christmas every year. Luckily for us, there are several places in Tyler and East Texas you can go where you can see some of the best outdoor light displays anywhere.