Richardson Has A Tiny Christmas Village You Can Visit For Free This Winter
Just like a tiny North Pole!
Tiny homes are all the rage, and it seems like the hype won't be dying out anytime soon. Well, now there is one place in the DFW metroplex that brings holiday joy and tiny houses. Santa's Village in Richardson has tiny holiday houses to blow you away.
There are a total of 16 houses, all with their own theme. The village is set up to have a police station, Santa's pet shop, Santa's Post office, Mrs. Claus' bakery, and much more. You can actually walk into the houses, which makes everything that much more fun.
Each of the houses has a different activity to do, and the Claus family is hanging around to take pictures. Each day has a different live performance, which means you can stop by and see something new every time.
There are snacks and treats available for purchase as well. You can enjoy seasonal drinks and snacks while you walk around the cheery tiny village.
The village is open on weekends from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., so you have plenty of time to stop by. If you're looking to get into the holiday spirit for free, this is the perfect spot to take a few pics and hangout. No matter when you go, you are sure to be in for a real treat.
For more amazing things to do in the metroplex, check out our list ofthat are much more than your regular date night. You can also stop by the ugly sweater shop for all of your needs.
When: Weekends in December
Address: 411 W. Arapaho Rd Richardson, Texas
Why You Need To Go: You can explore this tiny village filled with holiday spirit.