A Dickens Victorian Christmas
1 Days | November & December
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
Visit the charming town of Cambridge, OH and enjoy the Annual Dickens Victorian Village. This unique experience that takes you back to life in 1850’s England with over 160 mannequins displaying scenes from Victorian Life. Also included today is a Victorian Tea, the John & Annie Glenn Home and the evening Court House Light Show.
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Enjoy a day in Cambridge, OH with Anderson Coach for A Dickens Victorian Christmas. Start by meeting your Costumed Guide for a tour of the downtown Dickens Victorian Village in 96 scenes that line the street. Your guide will tell stories of Dickens Victorian Village and explain the over 160 mannequins that line Wheeling Avenue. The guide will spend the day with you.
A stop will be made at Kennedy’s Bakery, a Cambridge Landmark Since 1925. Then visit the Guernsey County Museum, the oldest frame house in Cambridge. Hear the story of a Coal Miner’s Christmas and enjoy a guided one-room school lesson with an old-fashioned teacher.
Lunch is included today at a local restaurant as well as a Victorian Tea including various teas, scones, and savory sweets at the Cambridge Country Club.
The afternoon also includes a visit to the John & Annie Glenn Home in New Concord. Visit the childhood home of John Glenn, the first U.S. astronaut to orbit Earth and a former U.S senator from Ohio and learn about the life story of John and Annie Glenn.
Enjoy some free time on your own in Downtown Cambridge for ending the day with the Courthouse Light Show. The courthouse comes alive nightly with thousands of pulsating lights synchronized to holiday music. This magnificent 1881 building jumps into the 21st Century as it is bathed in colored lights, 36 animated light displays, and 15,000 lights outlining the building. The display is computer controlled with 364 electrical circuits meticulously synchronized to a holiday soundtrack, with a total of 30,000 lights.
Depart for home following the light show.