A PRAIRIE CHRISTMAS CAROL: Charles Dickens' Tale In Texas
A new interactive event based on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, will recreate various scenes of Dickens' classic tale in 1800s Texas on four nights in December. This new adaptation -- "A Prairie Christmas Carol" -- is Dickens with a Texas twang.
Bring the family to Pioneer Farms this holiday season for a most unusual event.
Watch the village come to life with carolers and colorful characters that step out of history, not in England but in the Lone Star State. Then experience the classic Dickens tale like never before, as our actors take you into the story with an interactive theatrical presentation staged in the historic old buildings at Pioneer Farms.
Come and be transformed and celebrate the true meaning of the season, on the Texas frontier.
Mark your calendars: Friday and Saturday, Dec. 9-10 and 16-17. The event will be held 7 to 11 p.m. nightly, rain or shine. Gates close at 10.
Tickets are just $12 per person. Tickets are on sale below. You can by them here to bypass lines at the ticket gate at Pioneer Farms.
Without a doubt, this is a special event your family will not want to miss! Come be amazed by the history and traditions of the holiday season?
Like our Facebook page for photos and updates. As part of the "A Prairie Christmas Carol" show, visitors will see scenes from the holiday story acted out at our historic sites. This is a live-theater presentation that you won't want to miss!
In addition to our interactive tour, there will also be crafts, activities for children, music and other historical activities throughout the museum. Our 1890s general store will be stocked full to its windows with historical and educational gifts and toys available in Central Texas only at Pioneer Farms.
Without a doubt, this is a special event your family will not want to miss! Come early, stay late and prepare to be amazed by the history and traditions of the holiday season!
Gates open at 6:45 p.m. each night.
Note: This is a separate ticketed special event at Pioneer Farms. Exhibits and costumed-interpreter programs offered during the daytime will not be open during the night performances. Those daytime activities can be seen by paying separate admission during daytime hours.