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Koziar’s Christmas Village Bernville PA

Ever since I was a toddler we have been going to Koziar’s Christmas Village in Bernvilla PA.
We try to go every other year but life happens and it doesn’t always pan out.

I remember as a kid going to the Christmas Village, it was like a whole new world. It was magical. All the lights and the set up. It was amazing.
This year we went a bit earlier then we normally would. No matter when you go it is always crowed but not so crowded you can’t enjoy it. But it’s worth it. It’s amazing.

I wanted to share some of my photos with you all. I hope you enjoy!
If you live in the Reading/Lebanon (or surrounding areas) PA area, I highly recommend going.

Even if you live further out like me. Go! It’s an experience and worth the trip!

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Through out the Koziar’s Chritmas Village they have these buildings filled with these amazing setups. The kids go nuts over them and think it is all so fascinating. Even at 26, I am still in love with this place. You are never too old. It’s all about spending time with your family and watching the little ones find the magic in it all.

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When you first walk into the Koziar’s Christmas Village you have arrows you follow on the ground so you know which way to go. The first stop is this beautiful train track. The kids think it is the coolest thing ever. I think its more magical to watch them find the magic in the Koziar’s Christmas village. =P

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Lights are everywhere and it’s just so magical.

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Happy Holidays! =)

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It is seriously so magical. I am over here like, WOW. =P

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My baby boy posing for me =) He was so excited to be there.

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The magic of a father and son bonding over the beautiful lights. This is my brother Nick and his son Nick Jr.

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Hehe. He is just to darn cute. =) — My nephew that is… Not so sure about my brother… (haha just kidding)

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Cousins! (Jaiden and Madison)

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Cousins again! (Nick Jr, Madison and Jaiden)

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And cousins again! (Madison and Jaiden) Hehe =P This is like a photographers dream of Bokeh.

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Santa and his horse. =)

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Jaiden drinking his hot chocolate.

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This was one of the displays in the building. I mean, how cute is this? I love Raggedy Ann.

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Some of the treats in the Raggedy Ann display.

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The house of Nutcrackers. It’s seriously so amazing how they set this all up. I just love it.

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I was having so much fun taking photos I couldn’t resist something like this. It’s so simple and so beautiful.

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They even have a building for school I think this is my favorite. I love the desk and the chalkboards on the desk. It is just so old fashioned and so cute.

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How can you have a school without books? hehe.

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One of the last displays I photographed was The Wizard of Oz.

I wish I could say my photos show you everything but it doesn’t. What I have shown you are just some of my favorites from the photos I have taken. They don’t do justice. The Koziar’s Christmas Village is seriously so amazing. This is just a bit of what is to be seen. They have wood cut outs of the Grinch, Pooh and his friends, and other Disney characters.

They have little stores for hot chocolate and pretzels. They have a few gift shops through out the village. There is just so much to see.
If you do have the chance to go, please go. You won’t regret it. The little ones love it and find it all so amazing.

I think the drives was about 2 hours for us. But as I said, it was worth it. It’s very affordable to get in. They also have a bunch of ornaments in the one gift shop. Oh man, I wanted to walk out with a bunch. Haha.
If you have gone, please let me know. I would love to know what you thought!

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8 Comments

  • Reply Charlene

    Amazingly beautiful place!!!

    December 3, 2014 at 10:14 am
  • Reply Masshole Mommy

    Wow, what an amazing Christmas adventure that was. My boys always love going to places like that to look at all the lights. We have a few places like that near here, but if I am ever in PA around this time of the year, I want to check it out.

    December 3, 2014 at 11:16 am
  • Reply Kristen from The Road to Domestication

    It looks like a beautiful place! We have a neat spot similar to that here in Florida called Christmas Tree Lane, but we don’t have the lovely cold weather to match, unfortunately :(

    December 3, 2014 at 1:24 pm
  • Reply Marcy Kay

    Awesome photos, lady! Thanks for sharing =)

    December 3, 2014 at 2:38 pm
  • Reply Michele

    I could tell by the sparkles in the children’s eyes that they were having a magical time! It really is beautifully done at that village.

    December 3, 2014 at 6:23 pm
  • Reply Jen

    WOW! Your photos make me want to go there now! Your children make it look even more beautiful. They are so sweet!

    December 3, 2014 at 11:06 pm
  • Reply yumeating

    We have a few Christmas villages around here that we enjoy. We even have a train that has the train the movie Polar Express was modeled after. Now they use it as part of our states Polar Express. It’s quite a lot of fun.

    December 4, 2014 at 12:49 pm
  • Reply mmgmom

    This sounds like a beautiful place to visit. I love to just look at the Christmas lights. Thank you for sharing these pictures with us.

    December 4, 2014 at 8:39 pm
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