Every city celebrates the holidays differently. We all know everything is bigger and better in Texas, but do you know which is the hottest spot to celebrate the holidays? We’ve decided to spotlight one of our cities known for its holiday traditions.

If you guessed Houston, you’re absolutely correct! The holidays in Houston is celebrated with unique style and enchanting traditions. Join us as we take you through a list of ideas and must-sees of what to do for the holidays in Houston.

The Galleria

Step into a winter wonderland this year inside Houston’s premier shopping mall. Every year, the Galleria transforms the mall into magic. Once you walk into the mall, you’ll feel chills from the excitement of all the holiday lights and out-of-this-world décor. Bonus points: you can get all your Christmas shopping done at the same time!

Lights Around the City

Don’t you just love seeing all the holiday lights as you drive home from work? If that’s the case, then you’ll be ecstatic in Houston. Houston is known for having tons of lights throughout the city and beautiful presentations. One spot with thousands of lights is Moody Gardens. Stop by Moody Gardens to visit Santa and his elves as they prepare for the big day inside his workshop.

Another great spot to see beautiful lights can be found down Post Oak Boulevard. The street is filled with millions of lights and so many Christmas trees, you’ll be sure to lose count.

Sam Houston Park

Love sightseeing and taking tours? Then, this is the right activity for you! Every year, the Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park, opens its doors for a candlelight tour. Travel back in time with historic buildings covered with holiday lights and Christmas carolers singing your favorite classics. During this tour, you’ll be able to listen to stories of all the buildings and residents, as well as interacting with characters from the 1800’s.

Now you know what to do if you spend the holidays in Houston, Texas. Which activity will you try? Share your Texas moments with us on Facebook and Twitter and make sure to subscribe for great fresh flower tips and ideas for every season.