Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Best Outdoor Christmas Display in the World - Koziar's Christmas Village

Explorer Lens

The Holiday season start from the Thanksgiving and goes until New Year.
It is one of the most amazing and relaxing time of the year and the best thing to do during this season is to enjoy the twinkling Christmas lights.

Every house in US lit up during the Christmas time and people give their best efforts to decorate it, but there are some magical places that makes you feel in a fairyland.
Thousands of Christmas lights are on display for the public and the views are just breathtaking.

Though there are many places on the East Coast that are worthy contenders for the best place to see Holiday and Christmas lights, but the Koziar's Christmas Village in Bernville, Pennsylvania wins the trophy.
Lets check out more details about this Winter Wonderland.

It all began from 1948, when William M. Koziar, the creator of Christmas Village, began decorating his home and property. People appreciated and applauded the beauty of the Koziar home and began to refer to it as the Christmas House. Slowly visitors were allowed to have a closer look, thus Koziar's Christmas House became famous as Koziar's "Christmas Village."
The village has received lot of awards, including the “Best Outdoor Christmas Display in the World”.

The village is open for 2 months, starting from Thanksgiving through January 1st.
Mon. - Fri. 6 - 9 pm | Sat. 5 - 9:30 pm | Sun. 5 - 9 pm

Tickets and Fees
3 & UNDER - FREE | 4 TO 10 - $10.00
11 TO 64 - $12.00 | SENIORS (65+) - $11.00
Parking is free.

It is situated in the countryside and is easily accessible.
Just drive safely as you hit the countryside roads as they are lot of ups and downs because it is a hilly route.

Food is not a problem as you get pizzas, chicken nuggets, sandwiches and many more stuff that is delicious, to treat your taste buds. Also hot beverages are available to make you bear the cold winters.

Explorerlens Gyan:
1. If you are visiting on weekends, make sure you get there before 6 p.m., as the traffic increases drastically after that and you might end up spending 1 hour just to drive a mile.
2. Carry your DSLR as you will be clicking during the nighttime.
3. It takes at least 2 hours to cover the whole village so plan your visit accordingly.
4. The lake view is stunning and the best part of the village, so spend the max time capturing that.

And here comes the pics from my visit to this Wonderland :

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