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Christmas is over, but some Central Texas light shows aren't done yet

While Christmas is over and the new year is approaching, some places still offer a chance for you to go see Christmas lights.

CENTRAL TEXAS — Christmas has come and gone, but the Christmas spirit continues for some.

If you didn't get your fill of Christmas lights this year, there are a few places you can still see lights.

Austin Trail of Lights at Zilker Park came to an end on Dec. 23, so you won't be able to go there, but the 37th Street lights will be up through New Year's Day.


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Mozart's Coffee will continue to have their light show as well through Jan. 1. Their light show begins each night at 6 p.m.


If you are looking to leave Austin to see lights, there are still a lot of options.

Georgetown's Lights on the Square will be up until Jan. 2, giving those in the community a chance to go walk the square while checking out the lights.

Credit: Courtesy of Georgetown.org
Courtesy of Georgetown.org

If you'll be heading out toward the Hill Country, you can see the Lights Spectacular in Johnson City, going on through Jan. 1.

Credit: Courtesy of JohnsonCityTexas.info

Finally, there is Santa's Ranch in New Braunfels, which will be open for their beautiful light show through Dec. 30.

Credit: Courtesy of santasranch.net

So if you haven't gotten your holiday light fix just yet, you still have a few more days. Get out and enjoy the holiday lights while you still can.