Dickens’ Christmas Festival 2016- St George, UT
Set foot in 19th century London right here in St George Utah at the Dickens’ Christmas Festival 2016. The Dixie Convention Center will be transformed into a re-enactment of delight at every glance. Olde London Towne will be alive and well with narrow village streets, shops, and enchantia in the form of a holiday festival. Ever wonder how enchanted Old London Towne was during the 19th century? Be sure to stop by and see for yourself!
19th Century London
What is all the fuss about this time period? Well actually, it was a pretty affluent time in our world history. During this time, London was the world’s largest city and continued to grow tremendously for its time. In addition, London became a global influence in the areas of politics, trading, and finance. London was a very large port for immigrants at the time. While all of this was happening, the living conditions of the poor were horrible and the poverty level was high. The life of the poor was emphasized by the famous author Charles Dickens who wrote the novel Oliver Twist, a classic tale which followed the life of a poor orphan boy and exposed the terrible conditions of orphans in London during the mid-19th century.
Charles Dickens is the main influence of this festival and it highlights all aspects of the time period. The Dickens’ Christmas Festival is a crowd pleaser and is sure to enlighten you with the best experience with holiday memories to cherish.
When: November 30th– December 3rd from 10am to 9pm
Location: Dixie Convention Center, 1835 Convention Center Drive, St George
Admission: Adults are $7, Children ages 4-12 are $5
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