Join us as the Greenwich Historical Society campus comes to life in the spirit of the holiday season! Tour the Festival of Trees, enjoy special performances, crafts, sweets and treats, hot chocolate and grown-up cocktails as you stroll through the festively decorated grounds. Take a special candlelit tour of the Bush Holley house and enjoy a special visit from Santa!
Gingerbread Decorating: 4pm-6pm
Kids of all ages can take their creativity to a new level by decorating Gingerbread men presented by Greenwich’s own Black Forest Bakery.
Location: Greenwich Historical Society, Education Center Classroom
Photos with Santa– 6:00pm
The culmination of the Holiday Festival’s family-friendly fun welcomes Santa to the Historical Society’s Barn & Education Center. Warm up with hot cocoa and treats for the whole family.
Location: Greenwich Historical Society, Vanderbilt Education Center (Barn)
Jonathan Kruk’s One-Man A Christmas Carol
Renowned Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk brings Charles Dickens’ immortal tale to life using a treasure trove of voices to create over thirty characters in an intimate, imaginative and inspired blend of theater and storytelling. Seating is first come, first served!
Festive Tours of Bush-Holley House by Candlelight
Enjoy a unique candle-lit evening tour featuring stories of early colonial-period American holiday traditions and late-19th century Christmas celebrations enjoyed at the Holley family’s boarding house. Guides stationed in each historic room of the house will offer insights into the holidays celebrated at the home during these 30-45 minute tour targeted for adults and families of all ages. We ask that children are accompanied by an adult. Tours will be limited to 10 guests per room, and we ask that all guests wear masks while indoors.