Category Archives: Grapevine Main

Grapevine demonstration in support of Ukraine yields insights

The First Presbyterian Church in Grapevine sponsored a peaceful demonstration in support of Ukraine on Sunday, March 20 at Peace Plaza, located under the clock tower of the new Grapevine Main.

According to the church’s Communications Elder Deb Hinton, approximately 300 people came by during the two-hour event.

“It was obvious that there were a lot of both conservatives and liberals there. I mean, I was shocked at how everybody seemed to be on the same page about this subject. So, people brought signs about the no-fly zone and more military support from the U.S. and things like that,” Hinton said.

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Photos courtesy of Deb Hinton


GRAPEVINE, TEXAS (November 4, 2021) – Unwrap a classic Christmas in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas ®! Be amazed by a massive live Christmas tree on Peace Plaza at Grapevine Main Station, walk among millions of twinkling lights and enormous decorations, and enjoy seasonal events to create lifelong memories.

Photo courtesy of Grapevine CVB

The Gaylord Texan Resort invites you to journey into Buddy the Elf’s world to save Christmas while Great Wolf Lodge’s Snowland has a 100 percent chance of snow with daily indoor snow showers and holiday fun in their winter wonderland. Cozy up to hot mulled wines in Grapevine’s renowned winery tasting rooms. Grapevine’s chef-owned bistros and cafes will delight you with world-class tastes of Christmas dining and uniquely crafted holiday drinks. Watch classic Christmas movies on the big screen and see magical Christmas performances at the Palace Theatre. This Christmas, treat yourself to a classic Christmas in Grapevine.

See What Christmas is All About at Gaylord Texan Resort’s Lone Star Christmas: Gaylord Texan Resort’s Lone Star Christmas brings the joy of Christmas to life! Marvel at dazzling light shows, towering Christmas trees, magical miniature train sets, and thousands of shimmering ornaments. A new offering this year is Mission: Save Christmas Featuring Elf™, a Warner Bros.-themed Entertainment piece. Join Buddy the Elf and save Christmas. Team up with Mr. Narwhal and friends in the candy cane forest, stay ahead of the toy quota in the North Pole, prepare for Santa’s arrival at the iconic department store, take part in an epic virtual snowball fight in Central Park and so much more. Also, new this year is Merry & Light, a whimsical, walk-through of an outdoor Christmas lights attraction featuring more than 400,000 lights, a 40-foot-tall Christmas tree with an animated light show, a North Pole display with real falling snow, and more. Inside find a snow-tubing hill, indoor ice-skating rink, snow to build life-size snowmen, and many more family-friendly activities., November 12, 2021 – January 2, 2022.

Photo courtesy of Grapevine CVB

Snowland at Great Wolf Lodge. Enjoy daily indoor snow showers, Snowland Bingo, seasonally-themed crafts, holiday stories, and songs as well as “Twas the Night Before Snowland” Yoga Tails, and the evening Frost Fest Family Dance Party. Transport to a private oasis in a candy cane chalet within the Snowland Cabanas in the water park. Each Cabana features elaborate holiday-themed décor, inviting guests to cozy up on a lounge chair next to a glowing Christmas tree for a respite from the chilly winter weather inside the 84-degree water park. Each Cabana also includes a wreath-shaped tube to use on the Crooked Creek lazy river.

For information and reservations, visit, November 19, 2021- January 3, 2022.

Photo courtesy of Grapevine CVB

Be Enchanted by the Beauty of Christmas on Main: Unwrap a classic Christmas on Main Street this season and enjoy the beautiful backdrop of the Victorian-style buildings dressed up with ribbons, bows, and wreaths, all set aglow with twinkling lights. Enjoy larger-than-life decorations galore up and down Historic Main Street. After a merry walk down Main Street, enjoy mulled wine at winery tasting rooms along the Urban Wine Trail and the flavors and aromas of Christmas at Grapevine’s more than 200 restaurants, bistros, and cafes.

To read about all of the events that Grapevine has to offer at Christmastime, visit

Grapevine Main Station Observation Tower Tours Now Open

Photo Courtesy of the Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau 

The Grapevine Visitor Information Center is now offering guided tours of Grapevine Main Station Thursday through Sunday! A Visitor Center Concierge will escort groups on a 20-minute tour of Grapevine Main Station, which includes Harvest Hall, Peace Plaza and the Observation Tower. The tour also includes an overview of Grapevine’s art community and Historic Main Street. Additionally, while visitors take in the views of Grapevine and the DFW area at the top of the 12-story Observation Tower, a guide will be on hand to describe points of interest.

Each tour is limited to no more than 12 people. Tickets are $3 per person and may be purchased online HERE. Visitors must agree to a security screening and abide by the Observation Tower rules and regulations. Luggage or other large bags may be stored at the Visitor Information Center for $2 per bag.

Tours are available Thursday – Sunday at 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., Noon., 1p.m. and 2 p.m. Tours are also available on demand. Additional days and times may be arranged with seven (7) days’ notice.

The Grapevine Visitor Information Center is located inside Grapevine Main Station at 815 S. Main St. Visitors may access the Grapevine Main Parking Garage or use free parking (when available) along Main Street.


  1. Use the Visitor entrance off of Dallas Road
  2. Park on levels 3 – 6
  3. Parking Fee: First 90 minutes are complimentary, $1 every hour after. No overnight public parking is allowed
  4. Take the elevator to the Lobby / Ground Level
  5. Turn right when exiting the elevator. Walk through the Hotel Vin Lobby to Harvest Hall. The Visitor Information Center is located directly in front of the Main Street entrance doors.


Grapevine Main Station is a $114-million-dollar public/private sector transit-oriented development project. Located at the intersection of Main Street and Dallas Road in Historic Downtown Grapevine, the 42,000-square-foot rail station consists of Harvest Hall, a European-style food hall with seven globally-inspired kitchens; Third Rail, an indoor/outdoor entertainment and event venue; a 38,000-square-foot expansive outdoor Plaza; and a 150-foot-tall Observation Tower with 360-degree views of the city and beyond, all connected to Hotel Vin, a six-story, 120-room Marriott Autograph Collection property and a 552-space parking garage.

For more information, visit