A St. George Christmas can be merry and bright, even if there’s no snow. The unique Tuacahn Christmas events offer several different options, including a Fairy Tale Christmas, for your holiday fun in 2017.

Christmas in the Canyon is free for anyone who wants to stroll under a canopy of Tuacahn Christmas lights, listen to the music of the season, and see good old St. Nick himself.

The live Nativity, complete with real camels, is a 3 dimensional retelling of the story of Jesus’s birth from the scriptures. Cast with volunteers full of the spirit of Christmas, it’s performed in Tuacahn’s outdoor theater at a cost of only $2.00 for an unforgettable experience.

Make a memory with an exhilarating winter Train Ride. For just $2.00 a ticket, no one has to climb in the suitcase in order to go along for the trip. All aboard!

Awe-inspiring train track photo by Ales Krivec.

New this year! The Tuacahn Christmas experience offers good old fashioned ice skating for $7.00!  (Cinch a pillow around your waist if you’re prone to falling down. It may serve not only to cushion your fall, but also to help keep you warm.)

Terry Matthews captured this image that takes you back to the good ol’ days.

Michael and M. Scott McLean’s book titled, “A Fairy Tale Christmas” is brought to life in Tuacahn’s indoor Hafen Theater. Tickets range in price from $29.00 to $39.00. No children under 3 years old permitted. For your convenience, a nursery is provided for their care.

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There’s a bit of everything you could wish for here to feel the spirit at a Tuacahn Christmas. Hot chocolate and other goodies await you at the concessions, so you can warm your body as well as your heart!

Merry Christmas, one and all!