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Holiday Nights at Greenfield Village will be returning this year but things might look a little different thanks to COVID-19.

Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village is considered one of the top Christmas experiences in the country. Like years past, their 80 acres will be transformed into a winter wonderland complete with the smells of roasting chestnuts and warming bonfires and the sounds of carolers, fiddlers, and more.

After watching the video above, you'll understand why it's an annual tradition for so many Michiganders as well as countless others from around the country.

Like I said, this year will look a little different with so many safety protocols in place.

Greenfield Village/The Henry Ford:

As we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our guests and staff, we’ve made a handful of program modifications, including the elimination of ice-skating, indoor caroling, the outdoor caroling finale with Santa, horse-drawn carriage rides and Model T rides. In addition, while we will continue to host our Supper with Santa dining package in A Taste of History, Holiday Nights Dinner Package at Eagle Tavern and Holiday Nights Happy Hour have been canceled.

Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village will happen Dec. 4-6, 11-13, 15-23 and 26-28. Tickets for the general public (nonmembers) go on sale November 4th. Members can get tickets now.

2020 ticket prices (nonmembers):

  • General admission (12+) - $30
  • Seniors (62+) - $27
  • Youth (5-11) - $22.50
  • Children (4 & under) - Free

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