Christmas in the Square

Lights illuminate downtown Frisco during Christmas in the Square.

Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News
Frisco Square's annual choreographed light show opens with a free festival on Nov. 23, from 5 to 10 p.m. The festive lights - more than 175,000 - are choreographed to holiday music. Highlights include a parachuting Santa, trackless train rides, a new Christmas tree maze, ice skating and more.

After opening night, the light show will be open nightly through Dec. 31, from 6 to 10 p.m.

These attractions will also be available through Dec. 31. See the hourly schedule here.

Skate the Square Real outdoor ice rink. $12 per person (includes skate rental). Closed on Christmas Day.

Christmas Tree Maze Find your way through a maze of 250 flocked trees. $8 ($5 with the donation of an unwrapped gift).

In addition, the city of Frisco's Merry Main Street free festival and tree lighting takes place on Dec. 1.

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