Christmas House Tour Information

Scroll down for info about visiting The Christmas House.

Our business is rather unique, because The Christmas House and Santa's Texas Workshop are not located in the midst of a bustling town but are on our ranch 2 1/2 miles off Highway 281 in the midst of the cactus and mesquite brush country of South Texas between Falfurrias and Premont.  It is not in a remote spot but is just enough off the beaten track to be a secluded, peaceful setting where visitors come to enjoy Christmas each  year.

The Christmas House, which is our ranch home, is open exclusively to groups that have made reservations. We will entertain you and take you on an imaginative journey to all the rooms in our home which are decorated according to themes.  The themes and the decorations are changed each year to make return trips enjoyable.  Our guests who tour the  house will tell you that you must experience it to truly understand it.

Plan to spend at least two and a half to three hours here with us as you take the guided tour of the house (it is all inside).  Shopping in the store afterwards is additional.

Visits to The Christmas House
End of September, 2016 through the end of April, 2017


minimum group - 6 people
maximum group - 15 people
Groups with less than 6 people will be accommodated.

Tour Times

Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Sundays: 1:00 p.m.
Mondays through Thursdays:
9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Admission Fees
(Sales Tax, refreshments, and $1.00 donation to 
Endowment for Cardiology at Driscoll Children's Hospital are included.)

Adults and children (5 years and older)....................$8.00
Children 2 - 4 years old..........................................$6.00

All areas of the house and store are wheelchair accessible.
Seating is available throughout the house.

We do allow photography of our Christmas displays, so cameras are welcome.

We can be contacted at

Please call one of these numbers to make reservations for tours.
We prefer NOT to make reservations via e-mail.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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