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An Old World Christmas- December 1st & 2nd

An Old World Christmas- December 1st & 2nd
An Old World Christmas- December 1st & 2nd
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Jingle all the way to the 1800s!
Experience Christmas as it was in 19th century Wisconsin at this year’s "An Old World Christmas” holiday event. Explore how a rich mosaic of ethnic traditions continues to be a part of our contemporary celebrations. Bake Vanocka – traditional braided bread – and have a family photo taken around the largest Julbocken or Yule goat in North America. Meet the Juletomte, a traditional Finnish version of Santa. Guests of all ages will discover the vibrant holiday traditions brought to Wisconsin by immigrants.

Event pre-sale ends November 28th.

Pre-sale tickets are good for EITHER December 1st OR December 2nd. Two-day admission not allowed with single ticket. 

Date: December 1st OR December 2nd
Time: 10:00 am- 4:00 pm
Cost: Adults- $12.00, Children 5-17- $9.00, Children under 4- FREE; WHS Members receive 10% off admission (enter member ID at checkout) 
Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time Travel Tokens: Don't forget to pick up a pocketful of Time Travel Tokens to make your visit even more festive! 
Tokens are available at the Museum Store ($5 each) and can be used to shop in the General Store or Blacksmith Shop, for a horse-drawn ride, and NEW this year, make your own Victorian greenery decoration (a "swag") to take home.

NOTE: Only the Crossroads Village and Catch Wheel Fever are open for this event. Tram service will not be available. Admission price cannot be applied to WHS membership purchase. Child's Library BOGO does not apply. 

Physical tickets will not be sent out for this event. Please check-in at Admissions the day you choose to attend to receive your wristbands and tokens.

Please call 262-594-6301 or email oww@wisconsinhistory.org with questions.