Holiday Happenings 2019

Richmond’s holiday scene is an abundance of cheerful spectacles and events. From tacky lights around the region to the elegant illumination at Lewis Ginter’s GardenFest, there are outdoor sights worth bundling up for. Likewise, there are plenty of indoor delights that will entice you to stay put for hours on end, like the enchanting life-sized gingerbread house in The Jefferson and the Symphony’s annual ‘Let It Snow’ concert – both perfect to enjoy at any age.
December 6
A hallmark of the holiday season, Handel’s Messiah is masterfully performed by the Richmond Symphony and Richmond Symphony Chorus with special guest soloists. Tickets are $20 to $60.
December 7
Departs from the Science Museum on Broad Street at 10:00 a.m., rain or shine! Holiday floats, marching bands, and enormous balloon characters entertain the 100,000 spectators along the route for this annual favorite.
December 8
Experience the Christmas season at historic Agecroft Hall from three different eras: England in 1640, London in 1860, and Richmond in 1942. A unique celebration that’s fun for the whole family.
December 14
A 6k course featuring dozens of homes bedazzled with the region’s tackiest light displays. You’ll love the festive route and the feeling of burning off a few holiday treats!
December 18
Season after season, the angelic voices of the Vienna Boys Choir delight audiences worldwide. This special performance takes place at Richmond’s First Baptist Church; the show begins at 7:30 p.m.
December 27
Holiday Dreams presents a jaw-dropping, modern holiday show featuring cirque artists, comedy, daredevils, and a modern soundtrack… truly spectacular!
Gingerbread House Decorating

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