Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration

 

→ Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration – Bucks County Courier Times

Experience the enchantment of Pennsbury Manor by candlelight. Enjoy crackling bonfires, carolers, candlelit tours of the Manor House, and craft demonstrations. A truly memorable evening for all ages.

This year marks Pennsbury Manor’s 75th Anniversary and we have plans to end this yearlong celebration with a bang! On Thursday, December 4th we will end the evening with fireworks! The rain date will be Friday, December 5th.

Admission for Holly Nights is as follows: $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $6 for children ages 3-11 years old and children under 3 are free.

 

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