A new Christmas attraction in Lubbock is set to open November 27, 2015 at 19th Street and Avenue A. The Olde Christmas Towne will provide a variety of stations set to thrill kids and adults, too.

Olde Christmas Towne's slogan is 'Where Christmas Comes To Life.' The attraction will feature Santa at the North Pole (complete with elves in the workshop), cookies from Mrs. Claus' bakers, Candy Land, hot chocolate stations and The Grinch. There will also be an edited version of the Christmas classic "A Christmas Carol" performed.

It begins at The Trail of Lights and ends with a visit to the manger (AKA 'The Reason for the Season.')

Opening night is Friday, November 27. The attractions will remain open through December 20, 2015. It's open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the run of the attraction, with entry beginning at 6 p.m.

Adult admission is $20, Children are $10, kids 3 years and younger get in free. Family passes are available for $50, which includes two adults and two children, as well as four Olde Towne mugs.

A portion of the proceeds benefit Link Ministries of Lubbock.

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