Kingwood to open ‘Christmas Magic’ display for upcoming holiday season


Courtesy Photo Kingwood will host a variety of activities and enjoyments such as live music, dozens of uniquely trimmed Christmas trees, many photo ops, a beautifully decorated Greenhouse serving hot cocoa and cookies, outdoor light displays and more.


New to the Christmas display this year:

The Christmas Tree Walk

The Magic continues to Kingwood’s Meeting Hall, across from the Greenhouse. There will be a display of 25 Christmas trees uniquely decorated by local organizations and businesses.

Gingerbread Village

Featuring life sized gingerbread men, giant candy, giant gingerbread houses, five child-themed Christmas trees done by local garden clubs and much more. The Gingerbread Contest entries will once again be on display, adding to this traditional and classical holiday theme.

Magic is in the air at Kingwood Center Gardens for the 2015 holiday season.

Kingwood will host a variety of activities and enjoyments such as live music, dozens of uniquely trimmed Christmas trees, many photo ops, a beautifully decorated Greenhouse serving hot cocoa and cookies, outdoor light displays and more.

A holiday experience for the whole family, Kingwood’s grand entrance into the historic Kingwood Hall will display a Christmas tree decorated in red and chartreuse colors.

Rooms will be adorned with holiday ornamentation and design, centered around magical, warm and youthful inspirations.

“You’ll see breathtaking displays inspired by many of those Christmas themes, we hold near & dear to our hearts, no matter what our age. Some designs inspired by Frosty, Ol’ Saint Nick, Elves, Winter Wonderland and more.” states Kingwood’s Visitor Services Manager, Bonnie Gross.

Admission is $5 per person, children 6 and under are free. Parking is free in the main Trimble Road entrance parking lot.

Christmas at Kingwood runs from November 28 through December 27, every Thursday through Sunday from 3-8 p.m.

Courtesy Photo Kingwood will host a variety of activities and enjoyments such as live music, dozens of uniquely trimmed Christmas trees, many photo ops, a beautifully decorated Greenhouse serving hot cocoa and cookies, outdoor light displays and more.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_doggin.jpgCourtesy Photo Kingwood will host a variety of activities and enjoyments such as live music, dozens of uniquely trimmed Christmas trees, many photo ops, a beautifully decorated Greenhouse serving hot cocoa and cookies, outdoor light displays and more.

New to the Christmas display this year:

The Christmas Tree Walk

The Magic continues to Kingwood’s Meeting Hall, across from the Greenhouse. There will be a display of 25 Christmas trees uniquely decorated by local organizations and businesses.

Gingerbread Village

Featuring life sized gingerbread men, giant candy, giant gingerbread houses, five child-themed Christmas trees done by local garden clubs and much more. The Gingerbread Contest entries will once again be on display, adding to this traditional and classical holiday theme.

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