Yes if you live in Texas, you've heard of The Texas Bucket List. Host Shane McAuliffe & his crew travels all over the state to find the most interesting, unique & amazing destination spots to visit while in the Lone Star State. And for the holidays, they have visited several festive locations for the lovers of Christmas.

Here are some Christmas destinations that have been featured on The Texas Bucket List

In the show's recent season, Season 23, they've already visited 3 extremely festive spots: you have the Grinch's Lair held at the Texas Jailhouse in Palestine, Texas,

Some amazing Christmas art & glass Christmas ornaments done by Stanton Studios in Waco, Texas,

and The Arboretum & Botanical Garden in Dallas, Texas where they showed off some beautiful holiday lights.

And that's just from this year alone; other notable spots include the Santa Claus Museum in Columbus, Texas

The Polar Express in Galveston, Texas,

The Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas,

And they've featured some amazing holiday lights too. Like the Riverwalk in San Antonio,

The Austin Trail of Lights in...Austin (duh),

and Northpolis in Welsaco. If you've ever wondered what the North Pole would look like in Texas, here you go.

There was one location that was featured that's sadly closed down: the Papa Pecan House & Nutcracker Museum in Seguin. It closed its doors in December but the video is still up on YouTube so we can remember...

Some other Christmas spots featured on the Texas Bucket List were the Moody Gardens in Galveston, the German Christmas Market in Tomball, Burnet's Main Street Bethlehem, Truman's Chocolate in Bryan & the Christmas Burger at Santa's Workshop in College Station, Texas.

Happy Holidays to you & your family!

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