Take a step back in time at the Barker Mansion for the Home for the Holidays Tour. Guests will walk through the historical mansion and see many of the rooms that the Barker family enjoyed their holidays in filled with elegant holiday trees.
Experiences planned for December include:
The Barker Mansion OPEN December 2, 2021-December 31, 2021 Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 5pm (CST) Closed 12/24 & 12/25 & 12/31.
Holiday Admission: $15 Adults
$10 Seniors/Veterans/Children (6-17)
Group of 5 – $50 (groups over 5 please call)
Children 5 and under are free
December 3rd – Michigan City Resident Day: Free admission to those residing in the 46360 zip code
For TICKETS and more information visit barkermansion.org
Read More about Christmas in Northwest Indiana:
5 Holiday Traditions – Thru Dec 31st – 5 Things to do For the Holidays Your Family Will LOVE!
Winter Lights Drive Thru – Valparaiso Nov 27th thru Dec 31st , 2022
Holly Days in Valparaiso – Friday, Dec 3rd, 2022
A Christmas Story Comes Home – Hammond Indiana Nov 13th – Dec 31st, 2022
Christmas At Barker Mansion – Michigan City Open in 2022
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS DRIVE THRU – Michigan City Dec 5th thru Jan 2nd 2023
The Nutcracker – 5 shows in 2022
Candlelight Tour in Laporte – Cancelled in 2021
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