Reconnect at Christmas

Christmas can be one of the most romantic and meaningful seasons of the year for couples - especially in San Antonio. Prominent travel magazines often bestow the Alamo City the honor most romantic city in the U.S. Our backyard is a sparkling goldmine of Christmas date night possibilities. Why not carve out some special time to reconnect as a couple this Yuletide season with a few of these very merry possibilities:

  • Take in one of five great stars at the Majestic including “Home free: A Country Christmas”
  • Have breakfast at the Guenther House and admire this season’s amazing and original gingerbread house.
  • Choose and cut your own Christmas tree in Pipe Creek.
  • Go ice skating at Northwood Ice.
  • Take a famous carriage ride downtown.
  • Enjoy a concert with the KLove Christmas Tour at Laurie Auditorium.
  • Take a “Safari through Windcrest” with Windcrest’s 56th Annual Light Up.
  • Behold the 6,000 luminarias along the River Walk that symbolically mark the “lighting of the way” for the Holy Family.
  • Gaze upon the sea of 5 million twinkling Christmas lights during SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration.
  • Share Christmas with a newly married or younger couple. Take them to dinner and tell your story of Christmas together.
  • Run the St. Nick at Night 5K at the beautiful JW Marriott
  • Hear the Holiday Pops at the Tobin Center
  • Renew your vows at the Marraige Island on the River Walk
  • Eat somewhere unusual such as The Melting Pot, the Pearl, or the Tower of the Americas
  • Enjoy Six Flags premier Christmas event with an exciting visual reenactment of the Nativity.
  • Book a Bed and Breakfast in Fredericksburg and enjoy the famous Rockbox Theatre.
  • Start a new and unusual Christmas tradition. 
  • Dickens on Main brings tidings of good cheer to Boerne with their 17th annual Christmas event.
  • Have a Gospel Brunch with a Texas Twist in romantic Gruene
  • Celebrate Christmas down under at the Caverns

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26 Dec 2017

By Carl Canton