Drive Through

Christmas Village

The Tobacco Farm Life Museum is once again planning a Drive Through Christmas Village to share rustic holiday magic in a historic setting! 2021's Christmas Village will build on last year's inaugural event with more exhibits and more lights!

Tickets are now on sale! 

December 3rd will be a special free preview evening on foot as part of Kenly's holiday kick off weekend! 

All remaining nights will be by vehicle only. The Christmas Village will be open from 6 to 8 pm each night. Admission is $10 per car. Get your tickets at the links below or at the door. 

December 4th

December 10th

December 11th

December 17th

December 18th

Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, and community members who make this event possible through donations of time, money, or materials. 

Proceeds from the event support the museum's mission to preserve and present Eastern North Carolina's rural history.

Tobacco Farm Life banner with Christmas lights
White Christmas trees with ornaments and lights
A historic wagon with Christmas lights
Tobacco barn with christmas lights and garland
Close up of decorated window on school house
The packhouse with gingerbread house decorations that look like candy.
Another view of the packhouse decorated like a gingerbread house.
An ice skating rink with girl practicing roller skating.
Gingerbread pack house at night time with lights on.
The "ice skating rink" all set up with fake snow drifts and decorations.
Volunteers in Santa's Workshop dressed as elves.
A living nativity scene with Mary and Joseph.
Volunteers inside the school house with lanterns.
A lit wreath with red bow.
Red bells made from plant pots.
Savage, the museum cat, laying in the sun on the "ice" rink.
The white trees decorated and ready to be placed.
The home made gingerbread house decorations before they were put on the pack house.
Savage the museum cat "helping" with making decorations outside on the picnic tables.
A little girl standing in front of the Christmas tree light design on the back of the packhouse.
Two little girls painting the items that were part of the candy decorations for the gingerbread hous
Two little girls helping create the candy decorations for the gingerbread house.
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