Texas’ True Christmas Wonderland — Don’t Sleep on Century Square in College Station

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NSYou may call the North Pole your hometown, but College Station may be his satellite Texas office. In Lone Star, there are few places to accept the holiday season with absolute enthusiasm like the Brazos Valley. In fact, all activities at the seasonal holiday lands Santa’s Wonderland and Century Square give the College Station area serious holiday bragging rights.

If you really want to experience the fun of Christmas in Texas, a trip to College Station should be on the agenda.

Century SquareInnovative multi-purpose development from Midway is certainly everything. From a unique holiday kick-off to the ultimate last-minute Christmas gift opportunity for a hip hotel that offers the perfect base for your trip to Santa’s Wonderland, this vast center. Opposite the decorated Texas A & M University, there is definitely joy.

All you need to do to enjoy the season at Century Square is a little planning. Everything you need to know is here.

Green jingle

Looking for a truly festive kickoff to your holiday season? Jingle on the Green must be on your radar. This Sunday, December 5th, from 3pm to 6pm, the ultimate holiday festival will take place. We talk about Christmas music, free photos with Santa, special holiday booths, hot chocolate stations, impressive shops and restaurant activities in Century Square, and holiday activations. Whether it’s Kendra Scott’s reindeer face painting booth or a holiday cocktail at the PORTERS Dining + Butcher restaurant, activating this fest will surely draw you into the holiday spirit.

The temperature is expected to be in the 70’s, and you can spend the best vacation arranged in the temperate style of Texas.

Gingerbread build off

There is the construction of the Gingerbread House — and there is the construction of the next level of Gingerbread House. AIA Brazos Gingerbread Build-Off takes the holiday tradition to the architectural level. In this one-day design and construction contest, local architecture, engineering, design and construction experts compete with each other in a friendly building contest.

The Gingerbread Building jackpot runs all day from 9am to 5pm on Sunday, December 12th.

The team will create Gingerbread’s work onsite, allowing the general public to see and vote on their favorites in the People’s Choice category. Even better, kids can try making their own gingerbread masterpiece in the kids build area. For free. There are also cookie decorations and a hot chocolate station.

The Gingerbread House building reaches a new level at Century Square.

While everyone is having fun, professional architects fund the AIA Brazos Architecture in Schools program, AIAS Texas A & M University leadership grants, and continuing education opportunities for emerging local architecture professionals. To procure. Gingerbread can do many things.

Holiday artisan market

Finding last-minute gifts this season will be more difficult than ever, and shipping delays essentially eliminate the Amazon and Big Box online empires. Don’t worry. The partnership between Century Square and Visit College Station makes this task more fun and local than ever at the Holiday Artisan Market on Sunday, December 19th.

This is your chance to get everything from fragrant handmade soaps to unique ornaments. Talk about a true stocking stuffing paradise. The market is open from noon to 4 pm. The Century Square stores and restaurants are also readily available. During the shopping fun, there is a Serenade live Christmas caroler, and many of the shops and restaurants in the development offer special discounts and promotions.

Yes, you can make a real celebration day for it before the madness of travel and the arrival of relatives begins. Even Santa Claus himself wants to get the help of such a holiday market.

Holiday Craftsman Market Century Square
Century Square’s Holiday Artisan Market celebrates the locals.

Santa’s hippest helper

Santa’s wonderland 130 acres of holiday joy that you almost need to see to believe. Now, in the 24th year, more and more people are gathering every season. Just a short drive from Century Square (15 minutes if not full), this is not a small perk for this holiday wonderland. Easy access to Santa’s Wonderland makes a big difference in the fun of Texas-sized gingerbread villages, hay rides, Christmas light mazes, horse and carriage rides, and walkable light trails. increase.

Century Square is not affiliated with Santa’s Wonderland, but it is an ideal base for exploring the best Christmas attractions.Especially when you think about it George, The fashionable Austin Hotel version of College Station is where travel becomes a true escape.

George
George is a 162-room boutique hotel located directly opposite the Texas A & M campus developed by Century Square.

It’s also a very convenient Holiday Haven with George in the heart of Century Square, with many options within walking distance.

You can walk 10 feet to Porter, the best steakhouse in the Brian College Station area. If you request a seat on the patio, you can eat and drink well while enjoying the live music scene that unfolds on the front porch every weekend. (Everything from country classics to Christian rock takes place on a small stage, so college kids and their families dance and sit on the grass in the same way.)

It’s also easy to walk to watch a movie (Star Cinema Grill), go to an Irish pub (Mo’s), buy unique Texas boots at Lucchese, or hang out at the Whiskey Lobby Bar (1791).

Both George Court and Cabaret Court are redesigned motor-ins with a luxurious touch and abundant outdoor areas, making a weekend at Century Square an easy and enjoyable option.

The eve of the year of noon

Of course, the holiday does not end on December 25th. There’s still a lot to celebrate — and Century Square involves the whole family. This is a true community meeting space for the entire Brazos Valley, and often beyond.

With that in mind, this multipurpose center will host the eve of the year at noon from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on December 31st. Dance (with DJ Spinning Tune), lawn games, face painting, and talented balloon artists will participate. It all crescendos with a countdown to noon and the bubble party begins.

And who couldn’t use the bubble party after the events of the last few years? This may not be a child’s dream.Grandparents should love it too

And who couldn’t use the bubble party after the events of the last few years?

And didn’t you think Texas had a holiday headquarters? If you visit Century Square in December, you’ll find out more.

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