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Christmas at the Cody's

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Event# 308- 535-8035

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The 1886 mansion, 1887 horse barn, log cabin and other outbuildings all have exterior lights. The mansion will have 18 lighted and decorated Christmas trees and decorations in the interior. There will be a large lighted and decorated Christmas tree in the barn where visitors can make their own ornament to hang on the tree. Santa Claus will be there for the children, Buffalo Bill will talk to visitors, and music will once again flow from the old piano in the mansion. Outside there will be roasted chestnuts, hot apple cider and cookies. Draft horse-drawn hay rack rides will also be available, weather permitting. Admission is $5 per person at the door, children 12 and younger are free. Park entry permit required. 5:30-8 p.m.

Christmas at the Cody's

Address : Buffalo Bill State Historical Park, 2921 Scout's Rest Ranch Rd North Platte NE
Phone : 308- 535-8035   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5 at door, 3 & under Free, Active Military w/ID Free

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