Annual holiday extravaganza opens this month in Norfolk

November 11, 2016 by  

Dickens’ Christmas Towne is reopening in Norfolk this month, and will be open for the rest of 2016.

There will lots of activities taking place over the six weeks that should please everyone in the family.

The town consists of a Christmas Tree forest and a 15,000 sq. ft. display. There will be plenty of free activities and crafts for the children. There will also be performances from magicians, jugglers and musician Bob Zentz. The Pickwick Puppet Theater will be presenting a performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ and the play ‘Scrooge’s Goodwill’ is also set to be performed. Carolers will be strolling throughout the town too.

There will be regular snow falls indoors and plenty of snowy activities to take part in. On Saturday mornings, Copperfield’s Petting Zoo will be on display. For the adults, there will be Wren’s Pub and vendors selling a variety of holiday-related items. The exhibit ‘75 Years and Still Golden’ will also be on show and celebrates the history of Golden Books.

No doubt the town will be decorated with many holiday touches including colorful banners and signs. Norfolk print companies are often asked to provide these types of items.

Dickens’ Christmas Towne will be open from November 19 until December 31, although it will be closed on Christmas Day. Admission is $5. To find out more, call 757-664-1000.