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Time Again For Candlelight Christmas

If you can remember back 12 months ago, it'll come to mind that Christmas celebrations were in full swing (I know, crazy, right?). You might then also remember that we made our first family visit to the This Is The Place Candlelight Christmas celebration and enjoyed stepping back not months or years, but a full century ago to holiday times that were festively simple. 

Read our 6 suggestions for making the most of Candlelight Christmas...


I wholeheartedly encourage you to bundle up your little ones and venture out for an evening of pioneer neighborhood strolling. You can look forward to:

~ Folks wandering from home to home caroling
~ Pioneer stories in cozy candlelit homes
~Visits with Father Christmas
~Christmas crafts and goodies
~Street corners warmed with fires for gathering
~Peace and wonder as you walk through the live nativity
~Goodies and more with stops at Brigham's Donuts and Huntsman Grill

Your family will want to make Candlelight Christmas an annual tradition. And the best news I can give you? This year's admission has been reduced to only $5.00/person, for everyone! That is an incredible discount off the normal $12.95/adult, for an experience that promises to be memorable.

December 9-23
(Monday-Saturday, evenings)
Christmas activities 6pm-9pm,
but come an hour early to ride the train and grab a bite at the Huntsman Grill

Want more information? Visit the This is the Place webpage.


Want a chance to win 6 tickets with donuts? 
Look for our giveaway post on Instagram for details!  

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