The Light Tour At Sam’s Christmas Village In Wisconsin Is Positively Enchanting
Enjoy the best that the holiday season has to offer at Sam’s Christmas Village! The enchanting Yuletide attraction features a European-style Christmas market AND a dazzling light tour, which, by the way, is nothing short of spectacular. You’ll want to add it to your list of holiday festivities to make the most of Christmas in Wisconsin. Take a look:
Guests with valid military identification will receive a discounted admission rate. For more information, call (715) 247-5099. You can also visit the Sam’s Christmas Village website or Sam’s Christmas Village Facebook page.
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This isn’t the only place you can get your fill of holiday cheer. Check out one of our prior articles about a real-life Candy Cane Lane in Wisconsin. The story is about an amazing display that started out as an effort by neighbors to raise money for another neighbor’s child who had been diagnosed with cancer.
Christmas In Wisconsin
Is there another Wisconsin Christmas village to visit during the holidays?
Check out Santa’s Christmas Village at Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park Resort in Wisconsin Dells, The North Pole Christmas Village in Chilton, and the tiny town of Stockholm for a Christmas village experience. There are others as well, but these are an excellent starting point.
What other types of holiday events in Wisconsin are there?
The Old World Christmas Celebration in Eagle is one of the best holiday events in the state, with special performances, hands-on activities, horse-drawn sleigh rides, a chance to visit Santa, and more! Another great event to experience during the Christmas season is the Christmas Pizza Party train ride with Santa at the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad in Trego. What a combination – Santa and pizza at the time! You’ll also want to check out the Victorian Christmas Celebration in the small town of Sharon where you can watch the tree lighting, visit Santa, have dinner at the Victorian Cafe, roast chestnuts, see dog sled demonstrations, and more.