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Beloved characters including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and friends will come to life in more than 2 million pounds of colorful, larger-than-life ice sculptures. This attraction also includes two-story ice slides and culminates with a breathtaking, crystal clear ice sculpture Nativity scene.Find out more »
A vibrant Christmas fable including spectacular costumes, soaring imagination, gravity-defying feats, and on-the-edge-of-your-seat excitement. Audiences will be mesmerized by this spellbinding production that combines breathtaking artistry and music.Find out more »
Featuring all the bells and whistles, guests will enjoy unique and traditional model train displays from across the state. Meet Clydesdale horses, watch a blacksmith in action, and take a ride on the Teddy Bear Express. 9:30 am – 5 pm each dayFind out more »
Exciting deals, activities, and crafts for the kids. Giveaways and refreshments will be provided.Find out more »
Sleep in the Nature Center gallery, take an evening hike through the estate in search of native beasts and meet a few of Maymont’s own animal ambassadors. Afterward, make s’mores and enjoy stories around the campfire. Following a night in the Nature Center, enjoy a continental breakfast and take a morning hike. Ages 4 and older; one adult must be registered for every four children. Register online at maymont.org by November 27; for information, call 804-358-7168. Participants will receive more…Find out more »
Starting at the Science Museum and continuing along Broad Street to 7th Street. The parade features award-winning marching bands, dance troupes, giant helium balloons, floats, and Legendary Santa himself. If you can’t experience the parade in person, you can watch it live on WTVR-CBS6 on the day of the parade from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., or see it on Christmas Day. For more information, visit www.richmondparade.org.Find out more »
A theatrical retelling of Hans Christian Anderson’s classic work and folk tales from Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.Find out more »
The evening begins at 6:30pm with the Invocation in front of the Chincoteague Island Library followed by the parade 7:00 p.m. Fill the sidewalks on Main Street from Maddox Boulevard to the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company Fire House to see enchanting floats, bands, marching units, decorated boats, fire companies from across the Eastern Shore, equestrian teams, classic cars, and more.Find out more »
Free admission and shuttle transportation will be provided to the following historic sites: The Valentine, the Valentine First Freedom Center, Historic St. John’s Church, Virginia State Capitol, The John Marshall House, Monumental Church, and the ACWM – White House of the Confederacy. This fun community event includes children’s activities, carriage rides, performances, refreshments, gift shops, music, and tours.Find out more »
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