We visited Enchant Christmas this past week and we were absolutely blown away. It was a blast!
The area was huge – the beloved Christkindyl Market was featured with some really unique vendors.
They also had more food trucks than I’ve ever seen in one location. Our favorites were Truck to Table – you must try the Brisket Nachos. You will dream about them!
And my forever favorite is The Butcher’s Son. Their Beef-n’-Cheesy Slider is the stuff of legends.
As soon as my 3-year-old saw the ice skating ring, she immediately started begging to skate.
We got dinner and walked around for a bit enjoying the live music.
But the only thing on my daughter’s mind was skating.
Of course, as soon as she put on her ice skates, she completely melted down. I knew she was just nervous, so I made her go out and try it anyway (when else is she going to be able to skate outdoors on real ice in the middle of Dallas!?).
Halfway around the rink, she was giggling and saying it was her FAVORITE thing ever.
In fact when they were taking off their skates at the end of the night, she told me she was going to be an ice skater in the Olympics.
After skating, we made our way to the star attraction – the light maze. You can see the shining lights as you walk up to Enchant, so we were very excited to check it out.
When you walk in, you’re given a card from Santa asking you to help him find the reindeer. It’s a cute activity for the kiddos while the adults just enjoy the beauty of the lights.
I love that there were different sections of lights. One part featured giant ornaments while another had snowflakes.
There was a gorgeous hall of hanging lights and a field that looked like ice shards from Elsa’s palace.
Of course there were also all of the giant reindeer.
I won’t ruin the surprise, but Santa has a little treat for anyone who successfully finds all his reindeer.
It was an incredible night and we would absolutely visit again. I think Enchant Christmas has just become our family’s new favorite Holiday tradition!
Enchant Christmas runs through December 31st. Find more details on their website: http://www.enchantchristmas.com