Enchanted Christmas Comes to Downtown Prescott
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07 December 2018
 

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! And nowhere does it look more Christmas-y than at the Enchanted Christmas.

You used to have to go to the Mall to see the Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights, but now it’s come to downtown Prescott. 

In its new location at the Depot Marketplace, it’s an Enchanted Christmas indeed, with over 500,000 lights, 50 trees, 12 themed rooms, a Model Railroad display and a stunning Department 56 Christmas Village display with over 300 houses. 

You’ll see some of your favorite characters, such as Charlie Brown, Mickey Mouse, and Elsa from Frozen. 

This Christmas-y attraction is also a great benefit to our community, offering a $1 discount on tickets for those that bring a donation of canned food or toys for the non-profit Yavapai Food Bank. 

"Having additional downtown Christmas-related events is good for the City," said Michael Lamar, Prescott City Manager. 

"It’s a draw, and absolutely adds to the downtown area this time of year," added John Heiney, the City Communications Director. 

Matt Brassard of M&M Entertainment and Productions stopped to give a personal invitation:

If You Go: 

What: Enchanted Christmas, An indoor Tour of Lights
Who: Open to the Public
When: Open through December 30
Where: Depot Marketplace
Cost: $5 per person, or $4 + donation to Yavapai Food Bank.

Hours:

Sunday: 12-8
Monday: 2-8
Tuesday: Closed 
Wednesday: 2-8
Thursday: 2-8
Friday: 12-9
Saturday: 12-9 

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