One of several decorated Christmas trees. This one is surrounded by water and rotates. This is inside one of the large buildings. Some of the trees were made up of decorations the local children made in school.
Visit to see the lights after 5PM
We arrived just as the sun was setting and went immediately to the restaurant for dinner. Standing on the deck overlooking the decorated and lighted trees was fantastic. Even the shrubs had lights arranged so that they resembled flowers in bloom. The first stop after eating was the fountain area to listen to Christmas music and watch the light show as the fountains began their dancing routine to the music.
Dress Code: Dress as warm as possible including gloves and hats. It can get so cold the cameras don't work properly so keep them in a warm pocket. We were lucky enough to have an almost full moon and about 30 degrees temps.
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Christmas Carol Singers
They walk through the buildings singing songs of the holiday wearing traditional Victorian clothing. They ask that all join them in Christmas songs we know.
Poinsettias and Trees
These plants are everywhere inside the buildings. There are several varities of trees and both white and red poinsettias. The flowers can be bought at the entrance store.
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