Holiday Lights Tour in Austin
The big day is approaching. Are you ready for Christmas? If you are like most people, you probably had grand plans on how you were going to spend this holiday season.
You envisioned a perfectly decorated house that would amaze and astound your neighbors. You thought that maybe this would be the year when you would create your own holiday lights display that would coordinate with music.
You had plans to wrap each gift in hand-stamped wrapping paper that you created yourself. Of course, each gift would be lovingly topped with coordinated bows.
This was the year you were going to send out Christmas cards. You were going to take photos of your family dressed in coordinated outfits and send the cards with an accompanying letter to your friends and family far and wide.
Also, this was the year you were going to bake your family’s favorite sweet treats. You would lovingly wrap them in hand-stamped tissue paper and deliver them to your friends and neighbors while dressed like a Byer’s Christmas caroler.
It’s mid-December. How are those plans going for you?
Before you sigh and say, “there’s always next year!” Visit the Tour Austin website and take care of one of your goals for the season.
One of your goals for Christmas was to spend more time with family and friends. What better way to do so than to see Austin’s best light displays? Let Tour Austin help you achieve this goal.
Here’s how it works: First, you visit Tour Austin’s website and pick from one of our available dates. We are offering the tour every night in December except for December 24th and 25th.
Once you have picked a date, book your tour. Our Austin Holiday Tours are $29 per person.
The next step is to show up to the JW Marriott, at 110 E 2nd Street in Austin at 7 p.m. the night of your tour. Actually, why don’t you come a few minutes early so we can get started right on time?
What’s next? You and the rest of your party will oooh and aaah through the beautifully decorated streets of Austin. We will stop at the Driskill Hotel Tree, the Texas State Capitol Tree, and Mozart’s Coffee House. We will drive by the West 37th Neighborhood Lights and Willis Littlefield’s House. Our tour will finish back at JW Marriott at 9:30.
Bring your hot chocolate, cider, or favorite adult beverage. We will transport you in our luxury vehicles. You’ll have plenty of time to take photos at our stops. In fact, maybe you could use one of those photos on this year’s Christmas cards. (If you are still planning to do that.)
On a side note, If we don’t sell a minimum number of tickets for a particular night’s tour, we may have to cancel. We don’t want to cancel, but if we have to, we will give you 24-hour notice, and of course, we will refund your money.
Consequently, we know that unexpected events may cause you to have to cancel. If you do us the courtesy of giving us a 48-hour notice, we will issue you a refund. If you give us less than a 48-hour notice, we will be happy to provide you with credit to use for another Tour Austin tour.
Before you book your Austin Light Tour, we do have another option that you may want to consider. Just down the road away is a little city called San Antonio. Tour Austin is offering a San Antonio River Walk Holiday Tour.
Our San Antonio Light Tours are offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout December. The Tuesday and Thursday tours run from 5:30 to 11:30, and the Saturday and Sunday tours are from 4 to 10. Each ticket is $129, and it includes transportation to and from San Antonio.
The River Walk is amazing to see during the holidays. You will have three hours to explore the area on your own. Make sure you book a boat tour while you are there so you can get a unique perspective of the city. You will feel as if you entered a holiday wonderland.
Just like the Austin Lights Tour, the San Antonio River Walk tour is also BYOB. The same cancellation policies apply, as well.
Cross one of your items off your holiday to-do list. Spending quality time with your family and friends is the most important one.
This article was originally posted at Tour Austin.