candlelight ceremony Fair Park Holiday is a free family-fun holiday festival.   It features rooftop fireworks, crafts at Santa's Workshop, free or reduced admission to Fair Park's participating museums (at select times), shopping at the Holiday Gift Market, the official City of Dallas tree-lighting, dancing water shows at the Esplanade Fountain, and much more.
She Is Dallas Info:   Fair Park Holiday will take place on Saturday, November 26, 2011 11 a.m. “ 7:30 p.m at Fair Park, 1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd, inside the Centennial Building and around the park.   Holiday concessions will be available for sale.  Admission is free.   The City of Dallas charges $10 to park within the gates of Fair Park, or you can ride DART's Green Line to the Fair Park Station.  For more information, call 214-421-9600 or go to the Fair Park website.   You can also follow Fair Park Facebook and Fair Park Twitter.
Take the kids to Santa's Workshop for free crafts and activities, live entertainment, pictures with Santa and more at the Centennial Building. Santa will be on site for free visits from noon “ 5:30 p.m. Photo buttons are $5, or bring a camera for free snap shots! While inside, head to the Holiday Gift Market and find an assortment of quality merchandise, holiday décor, fun finds and tasty treats to satisfy anyone's gift-buying needs and budgets. Done shopping?   Stroll around the park and soak up all the splendor and art the historic gem has to offer. Enjoy free or reduced admission to participating museums (at varying times) including the African American Museum, Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park, Museum of Nature & Science, Museum of the American Railroad, Texas Discovery Gardens, The Hall of State, and The Women's tree in lights The Dallas Wind Symphony Tuba Quartet will perform from 5:15 – 6:15. At 7 p.m., the official City of Dallas tree-lighting ceremony will take place. Of course there will also be a fantastic fireworks finale from the rooftops of the Centennial and Automobile buildings sponsored by Gold Metal Recyclers. The Esplanade and Court of Honor will make the perfect viewing sites for the show. My family’s favorite part of the show is always the Bellagio-style dancing water shows choreographed to holiday music and popular classics at the Esplanade Fountain.   The kids stare big-eyed in amazement or they simply say, “Whoa! Look at that!” The lights, the sounds, the action!   It is truly a breath-taking experience that you won’t want to miss! fountain at night  

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