Looking for an old-fashioned Christmas…

…we have a Nac for that.

Nine Flags Christmas Festival mid-November through December.

For more than a decade, the Nine Flags Festival has paid homage to the rich and spirited history of the oldest town in Texas. That history includes three attempts to establish a Republic of Texas. Thus, nine flags have flown over Nacogdoches as opposed to the six that have represented Texas. They are French, Spanish, Magee-Gutierrez, Dr. James Long, Mexican, Fredonia Rebellion, Lone Star, Confederate Stars & Bars and United States of America.

Schedule of Events

Note: All dates below are subject to change. Click on each event title to learn more.

Model Train Exhibit Opening (Open only specific dates)

Nov. 23

Elf Scavenger Hunt Begins – various downtown locations through Dec. 31

Nov. 24

Jingle & Mingle – 5 p.m.

Nov. 30

Jingle Bell Run – 8 a.m.

Pancakes with Santa at the Fredonia Hotel

Nine Flags Festival – 1 p.m. downtown

Lighted Christmas Parade – 6:30 p.m. downtown

Old Time Vintage Christmas Display opens through Dec. 30 – Cole Art Center

Dec. 1

Christmas Open House at the historic Sterne-Hoya House Museum & Library

Lamplite Theatre Christmas Play – A Doublewide, Texas Christmas

Dec. 8

Lamplite Theatre Christmas Play – A Doublewide, Texas Christmas

Dec. 9

Lamplite Theatre Christmas Play – A Doublewide, Texas Christmas

Dec. 14-16

Bert Rees Lighting Contest

Through Dec. 31

About Nacogdoches

Get away for the weekend to beautiful Nacogdoches. From antiquing to nature walks, Nacogdoches has something to offer everyone. We invite you to stroll the red brick streets of historic downtown and experience the hospitality and charm of the Oldest Town in Texas ,hike miles of historic trails that once served as trade routes for Native Americans or break for tea in a Victorian mansion . Nacogdoches is filled with photo opportunities and so many reasons to come back to see us again. Start planning your trip 

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