The Ultimate Winter Wonderland Is Coming Near Houston Next Month With Actual Snow
You'll feel like you're not even in the state!
Halloween may not be over, but that doesn't mean it's too soon to start planning all of your holiday adventures. One of the coolest places to visit around Houston might just be Santa's Wonderland in College Station. The winter-themed wonderland will kick off November 8 and will go on through December 30.
There is no shortage of fun holiday things that you will get to do at Santa's Wonderland. The event will have tons of fun activities and adventures around every corner. One of the coolest ones is definitely their giant snow playground, which is not something you see every day in the South. There is enough real snow to fulfill your dreams of making a snow angel in the great state of Texas.
Tickets to the wonderland are on sale now and range from $19 to $50 depending on what ticket package you choose to get. Tickets are still currently on the early bird special, so you should definitely consider buying a pair now. Prices will rise on Monday, so we suggest you get yours soon.
You won't want to miss a trip down Frostbite Mountain, which lets you tube down a hill of real snow. Don't forget your wallet because there will be plenty of exciting winter shopping to do. The massive event has 25,000 feet of shopping stalls and homemade vendors for you to browse.
Food and drinks will be available, and you can even stop by the Wonderland Winery for some delicious wine tasting. If you've ever wanted to live inside a snow globe, you're in luck! You'll have the chance to jump into a giant snow globe for some fantastic pics.
The wonderland is so massive that they have campfires, giant light-up Texas flag, a movie theater barn playing Christmas classics, and much more. Who would want to miss out on all this wonderland fun?
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Price: $20 - $50
When: November 8 - December 30
Address: 18898 Hwy 6 College Station, Texas 77845
Why You Need To Go: This winter wonderland will bring snow to Texas, and you can even ride the polar express.