Celebrate the season at Heritage Hill Historical Park | @OCParks

The County of Orange and OC Parks invite you to experience the traditions of the holidays at Heritage Hill Historical Park this winter season. December 8-10 will welcome the park’s 32nd  Annual Candlelight Walk. This seasonal family fun tradition includes visits with Santa, puppet shows, crafts and Carolers.
 Heritage Hill Candlelight Walk
Due to popular demand, Candlelight Walk has been extended to three nights of festive holiday fun. Families can take a trip down memory lane and follow hundreds of luminaries that will light the park’s pathways while they gaze upon the holiday lights at the parks’ historic buildings. Enjoy holiday traditions of the past as strolling carolers and musicians fill the air with music. Live musical performers, local craft vendors, and food will be available for purchase.
At Heritage Hill Historical Park, children can visit with Santa in the Arbor, enjoy crafts with Mrs. Claus and puppet shows in the Wagon Wheel Corral, and sit at a school desk while storytellers spin holiday tales in the one-room El Toro Grammar School.
Mark your calendar for Friday, December 8th through Sunday, December 10th; 5:30pm to 8:30pm.  for Heritage Hill Historical Park’s annual Candlelight WalkMore than 1,000 luminaries will light the park’s pathways as strolling carolers and musicians fill the air with music.

Visitors will enjoy historic holiday radio shows as they tour the 1930s Bennett Ranch house and can watch a Spanish guitarist and Flamenco dancer in the 1863 Serrano Adobe. There will also be ongoing entertainment in the 1891 St. George’s Episcopal Mission.  Hot chocolate, apple cider, and homemade cookies will be available for purchase.

25151 Serrano Road
Lake Forest, CA 92630-2534
(949)923-2230 or (949)923-2232 
Admission for this event is $5.00 for ages 3 and over (children under 3 are free).  Tickets are sold at the park gate on the day of the event.  Celebrate the magic of the holiday season with OC Parks at Heritage Hill Historical Park.

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