Utah November 20, 2017
The Winter Walk In Utah That Will Positively Enchant You
Are you ready for the holidays? This week, towns all over Utah will be lit up with twinkle lights for the season. The Christmas Village in Ogden is a winter walk you don’t want to miss.
On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, downtown Ogden turns into a winter wonderland.
Ogden's Christmas Village is located at 2549 Washington Boulevard, and it's free to the public.
Bundle up with a coat and warm mittens, and stroll along the "streets" of this little village, designed to look like the North Pole.
This enchanting village is aglow with thousands of twinkle lights. It's sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
Dozens of Christmas cottages line the walkways.
These adorable cottages are all sponsored by Utah businesses.
Don't forget to stop by Santa's Castle to say hello and remind him that you've been a good boy or girl all year.
Santa is in his castle Monday - Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM; Saturday from 5 PM to 9 PM; he takes Sunday off. Get your picture with Santa for $5. Proceeds from the Santa photos go to Christmas Village, so that generations in the future can enjoy this beautiful winter walk.
For many Utah families, Ogden's Christmas Village is a holiday tradition that goes back decades.
The first Christmas Village opened in 1961, and it's been delighting visitors of all ages ever since.
The festivities kick off with a Holiday Electric Light parade on Saturday, November 25th at 5:30, followed by Opening Ceremonies and fireworks at 6:30.
The Christmas Village is lit up seven days a week, from 5 PM to Midnight.
Have you visited Ogden’s Christmas Village in the past?
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