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Bill Meyer said:   November 15, 2017 3:31 am PST
We went here when our children were young. When they finally met Santa he called them by their first names--Allie and Billy. I don't know how Santa found out their names. We didn't tell anyone there. You should have seen the look on my daughter's face when that happened. Thank you for being a part of the wonderful memories we've had in Lancaster.

Jim and Joan Ricotta said:   November 12, 2017 4:29 pm PST
We are so sad to hear that you will be closing as we were looking forward to visiting again. We and our grandson particularly loved all the different nativities from the different countries. We pray that it will be purchased and maintained as a museum.

Mike Krzywicki said:   November 7, 2017 9:22 pm PST
The Christmas museum has been a tradition in our family for a long time. We saw Tudor Towne before it was part of the museum and is the main reason we found it. In planning our trip for this year, we were very saddened to see you are closing. I pray that someone figures out a way to keep this piece of history open. We missed last year, but will definitely make the trip this year.

Rosemary Smith said:   October 30, 2017 1:20 pm PST
I have been there many times with several different people. Will be traveling to Lancaster in Nov & Dec & intend to visit this magnificent place w some friends/family who haven't experienced it. So very sad that you must close your doors. But I wish you the best.

Lilah Valdes said:   October 30, 2017 10:30 am PST
It is so sad to hear you are closing you doors for good. Our family visits Lancaster at least once a year. It is always on our list of things to do. My daughter is 19 and still wanted to go this year. The rest of the family, too! So we went in June. We have so many memories of the wonderful time spent there. Hope to get there before you close the doors. May the Lord Jesus Christ direct your path. God bless!!!

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