One of the more dazzling North Texas holiday traditions officially opened Thursday. It’s the Prairie Lights holiday light park in Grand Prairie.
The display opened its gates at 6 p.m. Thursday and it was packed. More than 650 Christmas light displays line the park’s main drag. There’s also a place to stop, have a snack and walk through another display.
Admission rangers from $25 a car on non-peak days - Monday through Thursday. It’ll cost $35 a car on weekends and holidays.
According to the city, that money goes to pays for the display.