FAQ

67685544_465213107365646_309488913354221

Frequently asked questions

Where is the Timberville Christmas Village Located?


The Village is located on American Legion Drive in Timberville, Virginia. The artisans will be renovated stables facing the Timberville Christmas Tree. There is plenty of parking nearby.




When is Timberville Christmas Village and what are the hours?


The Timberville Christmas Village will be open starting November 29th. The night of the 29th the town will hold its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. There is also rumor that Santa will be flying in from the North Pole to visit the children at the Village! After opening night the village will be open Friday-Sunday. Fridays are 3:00-7:00 and Saturday and Sunday 1:00-7:00 until December 23, 2018.




Can I bring my kids?


Yes! Kids will be welcome in the village and plans are underway to ensure they are occupied while you can shop!




I live far away, is it worth the drive?


We think so! Visit our page on places to stay to find wonderful, local accomodations. While you are here for the Village check out all the other wonderful sites in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Come experience Christmas away from the hustle and bustle and rejuvenate during this hectic time of year. There are many other wonderful things to do in the Valley so make it a weekend stay with the family or friends. Come cut down a real Christmas Tree Visit the local orchards for fresh apples, cider, and other goods. Go antiquing in the many shops throughout the valley. Visit the historical sites Go Skiing Visit the local shops with their handcrafted goods. Make new friends and share in the holiday excitement.




What kind of items will I find at the Timberville Christmas Village?


The Timberville Christmas Village will host Shenandoah Valley's finest artisans. The organizers have sought out and invited the artisans at this invitation only show. The artisans represent hand-crafted, heirloom quality goods that can not be found elsewhere. There will be woodworkers, ironworkers, toy makers, potters, and jewelry designers. See our Artisan page to read the bios of each artist. There will also be food vendors to ensure you can keep up your energy while shopping!