Family Christmas Fun at Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland

In our family, we absolutely love the Christmas season. We love fall as well, but there is just something about all the happiness and family time Christmas brings. Since I was a child, it has been a Christmas tradition to go look at Christmas lights. When I came across the website for Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland, I knew we had to visit!

**We were given a free admission pass and in exchange, we are sharing our experience. The following post contains our honest opinion about our experience at Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland** 

We live about an hour away from the area where Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland is located, so mid afternoon Saturday, we headed out. Mr. Not So Crafty works on weekends, but my mom and step father (A.K.A Grammy and Grumpy) accompanied my toddler and I for some holiday fun. Before we left, our sweet toddler had to do a little pre-gaming by checking out Grammy’s holiday decorations. 

After stopping for an early dinner, we got into the area of the Christmas Wonderland at about 6:30. If you are going on a weekend, we highly recommend getting there much earlier. It is a very popular seasonal event and they get very busy on the weekends. If you can go during the week, there may be less wait time involved.  Once we got into the fairgrounds, it was certainly easy to see why so many people were willing to wait! It is just an amazing family experience. At just $25 per car (up to 8 people), it is a great deal as well! 

The very first thing we all noticed, even before we got to the admission both, was how perfectly the music synced up with the lights. The lights put on an amazing show.  

After riding through the beautiful lights that were programmed to move with music, we entered Santa’s Safari. This part of the light display had an adorable jungle animal theme! 

At the end of the displays, we stopped at Santa’s Village. Santa’s Village offered refreshments,a visit with Santa, rides, and shopping! It was really a lot of fun. It was decorated inside and out. Santa had a real beard and the packages started at just $19.95. The three indoor rides offered are just $2 each. 

We highly enjoyed ourselves and can not wait to go next year again! If you do not live near this particular location, you may still be able to get in on the Shadrack’s Christmas fun! There are also locations in Sevierville, TNJackson, TNBirmingham, ALCharlotte, NC, and Gonzalez, LA.

We would love to hear from you! Have you ever been to a Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland? What is your favorite family Christmas tradition? 

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16 thoughts on “Family Christmas Fun at Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland

  1. Dang, looks like there isn’t a Shadracks anywhere near me in Houston. My boys would love this, they enjoy the Christmas lights. We always take a walk on Christmas Eve to look at the lights in our neighborhood.

    1. We live in a rural area where not lots of people put up lights, so we always have to go elsewhere to look at them! I was thrilled to find Shadrack’s. I had not heard about them before this year.

  2. That seems the perfect place to be for this beautiful season. Thanks for sharing this wonderful adventure with us.

  3. I absolutely love Christmas time too and your story added up a little more “Christmas ambiance” to my pre-Christmas mood now. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  4. Aw this is the cutest! What a fun family outing you all had! I love looking at all of the lights this time of year! -Tonya Morris

  5. This looks like it would be such a great time. We always go see the lights where we live and it’s so fun.

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