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Not a Rockefeller Center, but the new holiday attraction at the Bad Upel Mansion Museum in Pelham Bay is very tasty to say the least.
The museum decorated the hall with a Christmas tree decorated with pets, among many other pine trees. And it hangs similar candies for guests to admire this holiday season.
Approximately 130 candy dispensers from classic Santa Claus and Mrs. Klaus to “naughty list” Bart Simpson, lasagna-loving cat Garfield, Disney’s “Frozen” Anna and Olaf, and Princess Cinderella Decorate. A few.
The tree is the two most powerful heroes on Earth, Thor, the god of thunder asgard, and Tony Stark (more generally as Iron Man), who turned from a millionaire weapon contractor to an avenger. Protected by (known).
In addition to the Dispensing Tree, the museum will also have a candlelight walkthrough with time and tickets from 4pm to 9pm on Friday, December 4th.
Also, from Saturday, December 5th, “Mr. Dickens will announce Christmas Carol on Saturday, December 12th and Sunday, December 13th,” and the next weekend will be Saturday, December 19th and Sunday, December 20th. ..
The condominium grounds are open daily, so the new Candy Cane Carriage House Gift Shop will welcome you on the weekends from Saturday, December 5th to Sunday, December 20th.
Buy and sell hot cocoa and “delicious jingle dogs”.
Bartow-Pell Mansion also emphasized that the COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines for New York State and New York City must be followed on every visit. Face covers should be worn when an individual is in public and is within 6 feet of another individual.
Learn more about these holiday events at BartowPellMansionMuseum.org.
This article was first published on BXTimes.com
See a wonderful Christmas tree distributing pets at Bad Upel Mansion in Pelham Bay
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