Country Christmas at The Ingleside Hotel

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2810 Golf Road , Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072, United States
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There are two ways to experience Country Christmas!

Illuminated Walk Through Nights will be held: November 18, 19 and 20, 2022.

Hours are 5pm – 9pm with the last admission tickets sold at 8pm.

Admission is $7 per person with $2 of each admission going directly back to the Christmas Clearing Council of Waukesha County (CCC). Tickets are available to purchase online through the event website or that night in the ticket booth. Hot Chocolate and other concessions will be available.

Country Christmas 2022 Drive-Through Nights will be held: November 25, 2022 – November 30, 2022 and December 2, 2022 – January 1, 2023.

Hours for the drive-through event are 5pm to 9pm Sunday through Thursday and 5pm to 10pm on Friday, Saturday and Holidays.

Admission is $25 per carload Sunday – Thursday and $30 Friday, Saturday and Holidays.  Pricing for passenger vans and limos is $45 and minibus admission is $55. Senior home minibus admission is available for a discounted rate of $35.

Admission to Country Christmas includes access to the following:

  • The Country Christmas Trail features over a million holiday lights festively displayed on over a mile-long trail. Back by popular demand, guests will enjoy traditional displays such as Bearville, a captivating 200-foot tunnel of 30,000 computerized lights, and more. Some of the new displays to look for this year include a Patriotic Display, Waukesha Parade Memorial, Pirate Scene, New Reindeer Barn, and more.
  • Village Park, located at the end of the trail, is where guests can take an evening stroll and enjoy activities and photo opportunities. Don’t miss your chance to take a family photo in front of the 42 foot Christmas tree. New this year there are additional displays including Stomplights, a walk-through light tunnel and multiple building fronts created by Kettle Moraine High School Art Students.
  • Christmas Village is one of two buildings at the end of the trail that guests can come inside and visit. Christmas Village is the perfect place to enjoy a hot cup of cocoa or an evening treat while surrounded by a cuddly cast of creatures and our working model train display. New this year, guests will be entertained by our adorable Raccoon Band that dances and sings to Christmas music, a Department 56 village collection and the Country Christmas Post Office where kids can write a letter to Santa.
  • The Streets of Bethlehem is a building located at the end of the drive-through trail. Guests can get out of their car and walk through the collection of nearly life –sized Fontanini nativity figurines. Country Christmas has the only display of this magnitude in the area, a replica of the Pope’s personal collection.


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