Enchant Christmas

Exploring the world’s largest Christmas light maze

I could not have been more excited to get an invitation to review Enchant Christmas. I saw photos last year and was mesmerized by its beauty. I took my friend Morgan and had the most incredible time getting into the Christmas spirit!

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table Follow me into a world of pure imagination

Enchant is the world’s largest Christmas light maze, put on by SHINE. Of course the largest Christmas maze is in Texas, right? 2.5 million lights make up the dazzling exhibit. There’s an enormous Christmas tree with sparkling packages underneath, giant ornaments, light tunnels, and the best Christmas photo ops you’ve ever seen. You can easily spend hours exploring every nook and cranny inside the light maze. You can even expect snow inside Enchant, which positively delighted this Texan.

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table You’re never too old to twirl

You can find it inside Globe Life Park (a baseball stadium) in Arlington, Texas and in Seattle, Washington during the holiday season. (For those who don’t know, Arlington is in between Dallas and Fort Worth.) General admission (starting at $29.99 for adults) includes the light maze, time with Santa and Mrs. Claus, live entertainment, and a stroll through the Christmas market with over eighty vendors for your holiday shopping enjoyment. Food and drink is not included with admission but there are numerous vendors to choose from, including my beloved Pudding on Smiles!

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

We walked four or five miles during our three hours at Enchant and we didn’t even really explore the Christmas market. In my opinion, you’ll want a minimum of two hours at Enchant but could easily spend a whole evening wandering merrily through Enchant, which is right on the baseball field this year. (Last year it was adjacent to the stadium.)

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

There are whole sections that we barely even explored: a plane that you actually climb up into, a larger-than-life light horse, toys that delighted the tiny tots around us, and more. It just goes and goes and goes. You think you’ve seen it all and then you turn a corner and find a whole new section.

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

My absolute favorite part of Enchant – besides the snow – was the tunnel full of hanging lights. We spent at least half an hour taking the most epic Christmas selfies of our lives. If you’re a picture-person like me, be sure to leave plenty of time for that part of the maze.

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table

For $10 extra you can go ice skating inside Enchant. The ice skating trail is roughly 8,500 square feet, 350’ long, shaped like a lazy river, and lit up on either side with Christmas trees and garland arches.
Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table
When you buy tickets, you’ll first select your location (Arlington for my fellow Texans), then your day. Weekdays are the least expensive and a few dates even have special $19 pricing. Once you click on your date, you’ll select the type of ticket (adult, child, VIP, etc), and an arrival time. Morgan and I arrived at 5 pm and I think that’s the perfect time. It got insanely crowded by 7:30 pm and was much more difficult to get clear shots. I recommend getting there early if you want to take full advantage of the photo ops. Note: parking is $10 at Globe Life Park.
Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table
Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table
Is Enchant worth the cost? Absolutely. This is one of the most magical Christmas activities I’ve ever experienced and that’s coming from a girl who makes it her mission to have a magical day every day. If you find yourself in the Dallas area this holiday season, have yourself an Enchanting little Christmas.
Enchant Christmas Review | The Rose Table
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Disclaimer:  This article is intended to be a general resource. Any recommendations are based on personal opinion. A portion of this article may have been compensated but opinions are my own, always. I’m not a fan of negativity so if I don’t like something, I don’t write about it. I’m here to tell you about the best of the best!

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