Take a journey into Christmases past at George Ranch

Photo courtesy of George Ranch Historical Park | Photo credit: Roy Kasmir

Escape the hustle and bustle of a modern Christmas season and go on a festive journey into Christmases past at the George Ranch Historical Park’s annual Campfire Christmas event on weekend nights from Friday, December 12 through Saturday, December 20, 2014.

Start your evening at a proper Victorian holiday meal with all he trimmings and the strains of Victorian period music setting the enchanting mood. After your splendid repast, venture to the Ryon Home, all decked out for a Christmas Confederate Fundraiser Ball on December 24, 1862.

Take a turn in the festive yard and visit the house decorated gaily for the holidays. Then travel up the road to visit the Ranch cowboys around the campfire. The final stop is to Christmase Eve 1928 at a George Home festooned for the family holiday.

Campfire Christmas sells out quickly and reservations are required. Campfire Christmas is held regardless of the weather conditions.

This event is recommended for adults and children age 8 and older. For younger children, consider the Children’s Campfire event.

Call the George Ranch Historical Park at 281-343-0218 or e-mail [email protected] for more information about Campfire Christmas. Click here to order tickets online.

Campfire Christmas at George Ranch Historical Park

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