Dates and Times subject to change. All events are Limited Tickets and Weather Permitting unless otherwise noted.
Join us at Stone Gables Estate as we observe Veterans Day
in honor of the service and sacrifice made by our veterans.
Engaged? Join us at our Ironstone Ranch Open House. Tour the spacious and beautiful Ironstone Ranch, meet the Stone Gables Estate Event Team, visit with some of the most talented vendors in the industry, win prizes and exclusive booking specials. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres from our recommended caterer, Food for Thought Catering.
Enjoy a sneak preview of the National Christmas Center. Seventeen-foot-tall, real-life buildings depict the streets of Columbia, Pennsylvania as they were in the 1950’s. Featured stores include a walk-in Woolworth’s Store, toy stores, a sweet shop featuring Klein Chocolates, Miesse Candies, Byers Bakery, and much more!
Celebrate the traditions and true meaning of Christmas with your loved ones from the comfort of your vehicle. Stone Gables Estate invites you to experience a spectacular 3-mile Christmas Light Drive-Thru which features 600,000+ brilliant LED lights. There are several new storyboards, additions, and surprises for 2021. More lights, more sights, more dates, more joy!
December 14th-15th, 20th-22nd & 29th
Add a little more “merry and bright” to the Christmas season and enjoy dinner and live Christmas music in the historic Star Barn. Your ticket includes the Christmas Light Drive-Thru.
Beginning November 26
Enjoy a magical and narrated train excursion and Christmas experience through the center of Stone Gables Estate on the Harrisburg, Lincoln & Lancaster Railroad.
Beginning November 26
Make it a Christmas to remember at The Christmas Village at Stone Gables Estate. Enjoy the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds of Christmas as you stroll the Christkindl Market and visit historic barns and other structures at Stone Gables Estate, each beautifully decorated for Christmas.
December 27 – 29
Enjoy a narrated winter train excursion through the center of Stone Gables Estate on the Harrisburg, Lincoln & Lancaster Railroad and into the train shed.