Join us for a day of holiday traditions filled with Christmas cheer! Visit the historic Flynn Mansion, where you can help decorate the tree and participate in the holiday traditions of a Midwestern family in 1876. In the Church of the Land, enjoy decorating Christmas cookies and sipping hot cider during breaks from dancing to live music. Bundle up for a horse-drawn wagon ride in town, head over to the Advocate Print Shop for a holiday printing project, visit the Schafer Drug Store for a sniff of Christmas spices, and stop into Mrs. Elliott’s Millinery to see the latest in warm winter hats. While you’re here do a little holiday shopping for unique gifts in the MarketPlace Museum Store. Living History Farms is the perfect place to celebrate the time-honored holiday traditions of the season!
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For the best price on tickets, take advantage of our 48-hour “Holi-deal,” running November 4-6 from 10am to 10am.
Tickets required for everyone 2 years and older. Children 1 and under are free.
|Adults (13+)||Children (2-12)||Member Adults (13+)||Member Children (2-12)|
Available Nov. 4 (10am) – Nov. 6 (10am)
Available Nov. 6 (10am) – Dec. 6 (noon)
|Tickets at the Door
Available Dec. 7
Start your visit with a kid-friendly meal served family-style at the Tangen Home, followed by a fun craft, before heading out to the town of Walnut Hill to take part in all of the Family Christmas activities. Reservations include admission to Family Christmas. This program is geared towards families with children.