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Arlington Is Having A Massive German Christmas Market Next Month

A little slice of Germany in Texas.
Arlignton Is Having A German Chistmas Mareket

Christmas markets are going to start popping up all over the place soon. When looking for extra unique markets, you might want to stop by the gorgeous Texas Christkindl Market. This free German Christmas market in Arlington is going to be totally massive. You'll be able to top by starting from November 29 through December 22.

Admission to the market is free all day long, so you'll have plenty of time to score some great German goodies. You'll feel like you've been transported overseas with all of the traditional decor and yummy smells of pretzels and danishes. With over 20 different holiday vendors, you are sure to find the perfect gift for all your loved ones. 

As part of the entire decor, there are going to be photo stations set up. Even if you don't end up buying anything, you'll leave with a great pic for your Insta feed. An ice skating rink is going to be in full effect at this German winter wonderland. There is a fee for skating rink, so don't forget to bring some extra cash.

Puppers are allowed to join in the fun as long as they remain on a leash and you clean up after them. Live performances will also be present to keep the party going all day long. Acts range from traditional German performances to local artists.

With tons of great things to do this holiday event, you wouldn't want to miss out on this German-themed fun. Check out The Ugly Christmas Sweater Shop for more holiday fun. You can also stop by Prairie Lights, where they have the world's longest light tunnel. 

Texas Christkindl Market

Price: Free

When: November 29 - December 22

Address: North Plaza at Globe Life Field 1650 E Randol Mill Rd. Arlington, Texas 76011

Why You Need To Go: This German Christmas market is going to be truly magical this year! Be prepared to find all of your Christmas gifts at this fun and free market. Plus, ice skating!

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