Snow Village Displays

Each holiday season sees the return and rebuilding of the "Snow Village Displays" or as they are sometimes called "Christmas Village Displays". It is quite often difficult to tell who gets the most pleasure from them, the builder or the viewers. The builder gets the pleasure of working his or her creative spark by making snow village additions, or choosing a new location or theme for his seasonal creation. This snow village display jam packed with Victorian miniature Christmas houses was photographed at an assisted living apartment building  in Providence Rhode Island and was admired by everyone passing by. Also note that many of miniature village houses have been illuminated. 

Photo of a snow village display, left hand side.A photo of a snow village display, center section.A photo of a snow village display, right hand side.





The above photos of Christmas Village displays are from a small store in Paris.


The above snow village display was set up at the Heritage Plantation in Sandwich Massachusetts for there 2008 Holiday Festival



Below is a delightful seacoast Christmas Village including a lighthouse.


The model steam engine above and the Victorian train station below create a warm feeling of past Christmases.



The snow covered patio at Betty's Diner and Main Street Movie House with it's Christmas Wreath and red velvet ropes provide a host of memories for many whose earliest Christmas memories involve Main Street USA.  







The school house left with its snow patched roof and wreath filled windows brings back a special excitement from days gone by. The fire station right with festive tree and wreath adorned truck show a Christmas spirit embracing many.





Daisy's Florist and Gift right and the town square with a frozen fountain complete this stunning Christmas snow scene from America's 1960's heartland.


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