Daystar Christmas — Free Holiday Light Display in Dallas-Fort Worth

One of my favorite holiday traditions is going to view Christmas lights with my family. This year, we had the chance to visit Daystar Christmas, a free holiday light display in Dallas-Fort Worth, and I wanted to share our experience with you.

With more than one million lights, a life-sized Nativity, and a holiday village, it is the perfect way to spend an evening this winter!

Daystar Christmas Nativity

Daystar Christmas is located on the grounds of Daystar Television Network, 3901 Highway 121, Bedford, TX 76021. You can visit anytime from November 28 to January 5.

Holiday Lights Display & Attractions
November 28 – January 5
6pm – 12am

Scratch Café
December 6-14 / Fridays & Saturdays
December 16-21 / Every Day
6pm – 10pm

Photos with Santa
December 13-14 & 18-21
6pm – 8pm

Christmas Story
December 20

Daystar Christmas Nativity

We started by visiting the life-sized Nativity. Talking about the story of Christmas and the true reason behind the season is so important and I love that this gave us the opportunity to do that.

Daystar Christmas

We then headed up to the display and walked through all of the lights.

Daystar Christmas

Andy had so much fun running through the tunnels, and James and I really enjoyed walking through together as well.

Daystar Christmas



The lights were beautiful and it was so much fun. There are tons of holiday light displays in Dallas-Fort Worth, but many are expensive or filled with crowds. Daystar Christmas is free to visit and it wasn’t crowded at all when we visited.

You should definitely make sure to stop by!


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