Christmas in St. George

Dec 3, 2013

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Tuacahn’s Christmas in the Canyon

Even without snow, St. George is still a great place to spend the holidays! Each winter locals and visitors alike come out to experience the magical Christmas spirit and festivities of St. George, Utah. There’s always more to see than anyone actually has time for, but here are some of the best events happening in St. George this winter:

1. Dickens Christmas Festival: Experience the magic of Charles Dickens’ 19th century London wrapped up in a Christmas festival. This event takes place in both St. George and Salt Lake City, Utah, and draws the attention of all book lovers and families from all over the state. Come step into Dickens’ London with a play; Oliver Twist or Scrooge are playing every night during the festival. Dates are from December 4th through December 7th.

2. Tuacahn’s Christmas in the Canyon: This event is a Christmas tradition for many people living in southern Utah. Tuacahn charges no fee to come see the Christmas lights set up all around, and it’s only a small fee to see the live nativity scene. In the amphitheatre at 7:00 and 8:00 pm there is a live nativity enactment that will surely get you and your family in the Christmas spirit! Don’t forget to grab a hot chocolate at the concessions, listen to the holiday music around the amphitheatre, and take a ride on the Old Salty Train!

3. Bumbleberry’s Christmas Treasures: This spectacular southern Utah theatre puts on an annual Christmas music festival to help you celebrate the season! Enjoy classics from Bing Crosby and The Carpenter’s as you listen to your favorite Christmas tunes. Christmas Treasures uses both song and dance to bring you and your loved ones the best part of Christmas—the music! Bumbleberry’s Christmas Treasures takes place every Friday and Saturday from November 22 to December 21.

So put your dreams of a white Christmas aside and experience the most magical Christmas you’ve ever had in St. George, Utah!

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