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On the annual Candlelight Tours, experience the magic of the beautifully decorated Governor's Mansion.
The tour features several decorated rooms of the historic brick building, which has been home of Missouri Governors since 1871.
Walk-in groups of less than 10 are always 030welcome. Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.
The Louisiana Area Historical Museum and 6 beautiful Louisiana churches are holding the 20th Annual Church Walk. Explore the beauty of these amazing buildings and enjoy short presentations from each of the churches starting at 3pm at the Bethel AME Church.
Our Annual Christmas Tea Party and Tour at Anna Marie’s Teas
1913 historic home: Intimate seating, old friends combined with new friends, tucked inside the 100-year-old home in downtown Liberty, Missouri. The home features 5,000 square feet of original woodwork, fascinating history, each owner's love and impeccable maintenance are still a part of “this old house.”
Family: Your loved ones and our loved ones. We are a small family and there is a good chance you might meet all of us when you come to tea in our home. We are looking forward to having you.
Events will be held on above-listed dates ONLY.
Missouri Town 1855 celebrates the variety of traditions of the 19th century at Christmas time. Settlers new to the frontier use native materials to adorn the buildings throughout the village. The residents of the town also display their cherished heirlooms passed down through the generations at this festive time of year. A special visit from a 19th century Santa Claus is sure to delight the child in all of us.
Experience the magic of the season as all of Branson is aglow for the holidays. From fabulous shows and dazzling lights to spectacular shopping and breathtaking scenery, Branson is a special gift for everyone in your family during this special time of year.
The centerpiece, Branson Area Festival of Lights Drive-Through, delights people of all ages. Your journey begins with a magical one-mile drive along a path illuminated by more than 175 displays. Located off Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Roark Valley Road, this family experience promises to be spectacular.
Admission: Family vehicle, $15 ~ Family season pass, $25 ~ Mini-coach (up to 28 seats), church van, limo, $30 ~ Full-size motorcoach, $55.
Download the Branson Area Festival of Lights map and create your own tradition during Ozark Mountain Christmas.
Enjoy this 1860s Victorian Christmas and candlelight tours of the Hunter-Dawson home. The house, aglow with the warmth of oil lamps and candles, is decorated with fresh greenery, Christmas trees and 1860s style ornaments.
The Historic Site's staff wears Victorian era fashions and serves refreshments.
Your visit to the Bingham-Waggoner Estate begins in the Carriage House Boutique, where you find lovely gifts. Relax in the third-floor tea room, enjoying music, cookies, hot spiced tea and coffee. We look forward to proudly sharing our Christmas event with you.
The Twilight Evening (Dec. 7, 4 p.m.-7 p.m.) is an opportunity to stroll at your leisure, enjoying light refreshments and live music, while chatting with your friends, family and our talented decorators.
Closed Dec. 23, 24 and 25.
Kick up the yuletide spirit with a family walk through the Gardens aglow with the light of hundreds of luminaria. Listen to holiday music in both the Visitor Center and Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel.
Performers include Startlight STARS of Tomorrow and String Theory on Saturday, and the Warrensburg Recorder Consort and Melissande String Trio on Sunday.
Enjoy complimentary cocoa, cookies and s'mores while supplies last. Additional food and drink will be available for purchase. See details at powellgardens.org/LuminaryWalk.
The subtle charm, warm ambiance and festive decor of five of St. Louis' most treasured historical attractions will be showcased during the Historic House Tour, which takes place on Thursday, Dec. 11 from 3 p.m.-8 p.m.
Participants can begin the tour at any of the five locations. Charter buses will provide transportation to each participating venue. Those who choose personal transportation will be responsible for securing parking at each site.
The featured locations are:
Guided bus tour:
Guests are encouraged to make advance reservations; however, payment will be accepted at any of the five participating venues. Cash will be accepted at all locations. In addition to cash payments, credit cards will be accepted at the Campbell House, Eugene Field House and DeMenil Mansion only.
In case of inclement weather, the Historic Holiday House Tour will be rescheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 17 from 3 p.m.-8 p.m.
The 2014 LFCS Holiday Home Tour includes six homes, and refreshments will be provided. The refreshment stop will be at Kenco and will double as a shuttle stop.
Tickets are available at the following locations:
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Contact: (573) 334-5866.
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