All these photographs are by my son, who had a camera that could take good nighttime shots.
Once inside you are welcomed by large nutcrackers.
Aaron in front of the General Store.
It was nice wandering about seeing the lights. I was expecting more. Something that would give at least a nod to the 1860s village we were wandering about. Perhaps live carollers wandering about, Dummy boards in front of each building portraying those who may have lived and worked there in 1860, dressed in their winter garb, more old fashioned traditional songs, hot cocoa and hot cider available on every corner, something to actually see while on the train ride. More snowmen, maybe an ice rink, more than just lights. Winter in Canada. Truly unique.
We enjoyed our time there and also enjoyed warming up next to our wood stove with hot cocoa once home again.