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41st Annual Candlelight at Dallas Heritage Village - a Holiday Tradition
Dates: December 8-9
Days of the Week Saturday,Sunday
Target Audience: General Audience
Time: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
Phone: 214-421-5141
Event Website:
Location: Dallas Heritage Village
1515 S. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX
Ticket Price: $6 - $12
Ticketing Phone: 214-421-5141
Event Details:
Celebrate the holidays with Texas’ earliest residents and see how holiday traditions were observed in the late 1800s. Candlelight remembers holiday homecomings with cooking demonstrations, historic recipes, and holiday exhibits. Enjoy carriage rides, carolers, and entertainment. The Dallas Guild Bake Sale and some of Dallas’ best food trucks will be on hand to provide affordable tasty treats! Join us for this holiday tradition! TICKET PRICING: Advance tickets are $2 off(by December 6): $10/Adult, $8/Senior (65+), $6/Child (4-12), Children 3 and under & museum members FREE. Purchase online at Gate: $12/Adult, $10/Senior (65+), $8/Child (4-12), Children 3 and under & museum members FREE Self-parking: $5 Valet Parking: $10 OTHER OFFERINGS: Carriage Rides: Nip and Tuck: $5; Tractor hay ride: $3 St. Nicholas at the Bandstand: Free (can take photos with your camera) Entertainment from Local Community Groups: Schedule TBD - strolling carolers, Main Street Stage, Pilot Grove Church and Renner School Crafts: In Browder Springs Hall and Law Office—tin punch ornaments, recipe holders All proceeds from Candlelight, the museum’s biggest annual public fundraiser, benefit museum programs at Dallas Heritage Village. Celebrate the season at Dallas Heritage Village: Carriage rides along candlelit paths pulled by an antique tractor or Nip and Tuck, our Mammoth Jack donkeys. A photo with St. Nicholas at the Bandstand. Novel storytelling, hand-weaving, blacksmithing and more. Delicious holiday treats. Local dancers, choirs and other entertainers on the Main Street Stage, the Pilot Grove Church and Renner School Eats from some of Dallas' favorite food trucks Luscious homemade bake sale with treats made by The Guild of Dallas Heritage Village. Interpreters in traditional costume throughout the museum bringing history to life. Gleeful strolling carolers throughout the Village and inside the historic buildings. Historic buildings dressed in traditional holiday decorations from 1840 to 1910. Traditional holiday activities and period games for kids of all ages.


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