Queens County Museum once again turns into a holiday wonderland with its annual Festival of Trees and Dickensville. The Museum is transformed into a magical Christmas showcase, featuring over 30 modern-themed and vintage-style Christmas trees, ornaments and decor.

The stunning display of trees is accompanied by a beautiful themed village of Dickensville, with over 80 little buildings taking you through the time period of Charles Dickens and all his delightful characters.

Both displays begin with an “Open House” on Saturday, November 24 from 1pm to 4pm and continues daily until closing time December 23rd.

Come on in, share the spirit of Christmas!

We’ll start you off with a cup of warm mulled cider all generously provided by George and Margaret Mitchell, Liverpool. Free Admission.

Downtown for the Holidays, Saturday, December 1, 2018

Be sure to drop by on Saturday, December 1st, 9am – 5pm, to enjoy mulled cider, refreshments, prizes and giveaways. And, browse of our tax-free gift shop to find those special gifts. Free Admission.

Join Us Downtown for the Holidays, Dec 1, 9am-5pm Queens County Museum

Join Us Downtown for the Holidays, Sat Dec 1, 9am-5pm Queens County Museum