December 25, 2016

Koziar's Christmas Village

To celebrate the Christmas season, my family and I spent an evening walking around the Koziar’s Christmas Village. With so many Christmas-themed lanes and more festive lights than you can possibly imagine, it was quite a spectacle to take in. It’s no wonder that it’s been called one of the greatest Christmas displays in America!

It all started back in 1948 when a family became passionate about decorating their home for the holidays. With a wide property to take advantage of on their dairy farm, they eventually expanded their decorations from their house onto their barns, sheds, fences, and wherever else they could connect their Christmas lights.

Every season brought more visitors who wanted to stop by to “get a closer look” until they were nicknamed “The Christmas Village.” To this day, their children maintain the family business and continue to add more decorations each year!

Everything related (and non-related) to Christmas can be found among the decorations such as cartoon characters, old nursery rhymes, eskimos, snow-mans, nut crackers, and train sets.

Noah's Ark!

There are places to eat as well as meet Santa and take a family picture.

In one of the toy stores, my sister and I were tempted to get Santa Gnomes since they were too cute!

Near Santa's workshop was a lovely manger scene. With life-size figurines, it was probably the biggest one we've seen!

There is certainly something in the village for every Christmas-lover to enjoy and admire.

Walking through the Koziar’s Christmas village was like walking through a lit-up winter wonderland. There’s no better place to get into the Christmas spirit!

Merry Christmas!


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