Dallas is arguably the one city in Texas that gets an actual winter, so it's fitting that there are tons of Christmas markets and events to explore in the metroplex this holiday season. We know it's nearly impossible to visit them all, which is why we've comprised a list of six Christmas markets in Dallas you need to see, and weeded out any that can wait until next year. Now to see and shop 'til you drop!

Texas Christkindl Market

Price: Free

When: Friday, November 29 - Sunday, December 22

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

Why You Need To Go: There'll be ice skating, a variety of Christmas gifts to choose for your loved ones and it's German-inspired!

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Frisco Square - Christmas Tree Lot

Price: Free

When: Friday, November 29 - Tuesday, December 31

Address: 8843 Coleman Blvd, Frisco, Texas

Why You Need To Go: This holiday season, Frisco Square will be the closest thing to the North Pole we'll ever be able to experience.

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Holiday at the Arboretum

Price: $5 - $17

When: Saturday, November 9 - Tuesday, December 31

Address: 8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, Texas

Why You Need To Go: To experience a scene straight out of The Nutcracker in the heart of Dallas.

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Christmas at the Silos

Price: Free

When: Friday, December 6 - Saturday, December 7 & Friday, December 13 - Saturday, December 14

Address: 601 Webster Ave., Waco, Texas

Why You Need To Go: Magnolia Market is always a popular location to visit at the end of the week, this winter they'll have not one, but two occasions where the entire market is decked out for the holidays.

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Dallas Galleria - Worlds Tallest Indoor Christmas Tree

Price: Free

When: Friday, November 29 - Tuesday, December 31

Address: 13350 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, Texas 75240

Why You Need To Go: To see the world's tallest indoor Christmas tree! While you're knocking out your Christmas shopping, of course.

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Adult-Only Zoo Lights

Price: Free - $22

When: Thursday, December 5 

Address: 650 S R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, Texas

Why You Need To Go: No kids, Christmas lights and zoo animals is a recipe for a magical evening!

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