The Gingerbread Village At The Prescott Resort & Conference Center In Arizona Is The Stuff Of Christmas Dreams

Making gingerbread houses is a quintessential Christmastime activity, and when an entire town comes together to build a village of them, the result is truly incredible. All December long, the world’s largest gingerbread village will be on display in the lobby of the Prescott Resort & Conference Center. It’s the most whimsical thing you’ll do this holiday season! Come see what Christmas in Arizona is really like!

Visit the resort’s website or Facebook page to learn more.

Have you ever seen the world’s largest gingerbread village in Prescott? If so, what did you think of it? Let us know in the comments, and check out our previous article to learn more about how Prescott is Arizona’s official “Christmas City:” Prescott Turns Into A Winter Wonderland Each Year In Arizona.

Address: Prescott Resort & Conference Center, 1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301, USA

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What are the best Christmas towns in Arizona?

From the deserts to the forests, many towns in Arizona live it up during the holidays. Lave Havasu City, the current home of the London Bridge, creates a whole Christmas village where a Festival of Lights takes place every year with festive food and drink, wonderful crafts in the shops, and you can take a night cruise on a decorated boat. Prescott is Arizona’s official Christmas City, and the various light displays combined with a light parade turn this town into a place filled with Christmas cheer. The annual lighting of the Courthouse is pretty impressive.

What are the most festive holiday events in Arizona?

The suburb of Glendale in the Phoenix Metropolitan area brings people from all over the state together during the holidays when it hosts Glendale Glitters. Running for almost two months long, a 16-block area is covered in over a million lights and live music provides entertainment during many of those nights while people stroll about enjoying the crafts, foods, and drinks on hand. There is no shortage of things to do during this event. On the other end of the metro area, Chandler hosts Sugarland. This is another extended event with amazing decorations and lights all done with a candy theme. Best of all, there’s a tumbleweed Christmas tree that’s like nothing you’ll see in any other state.

What are some can’t-miss Christmas light displays in Arizona?

If you’re looking for the best light displays in Arizona, we’ve got you covered. The little town of Williams hosts Bearizona, a bear-themed lights display where an entire park is lit up, trees and all. See if you can find all the hidden, lighted bears scattered throughout the area. The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary in Prescott holds an annual WildLights event where visitors can walk through the illuminated park enjoying music, food, and drink to their heart’s content. For something extra special, head to Sedona to see the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village which is stunningly gorgeous and glowing.

Address: Prescott Resort & Conference Center, 1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301, USA

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