'Christmas town' comes to Kern County Museum

It's the first year the museum is hosting the Christmas event geared toward kids and parents.
BAKERSFIELD, CA - It already looks a lot like Christmas at the Kern County Museum.

There's a new event this year to get you into the spirit.

This is the first year for the event called 'Christmas town.' Organizers are ambitious, hoping to draw at least 20,000 visitors in the next five weeks.

A 40 foot tall Christmas tree displays lights synchronized to music.

As you walk into the main entrance of Christmas town, fresh cut trees are on sale by Mike Ross, the man who came up with the idea for the town.

As you walk through town, you're bombarded with a dazzling array of lights.

But, one of the big attractions is snow tubing... good fun for the kids and the kids at heart.

Some traditions never get old like to stopping by Santa's house.

Bakersfield's Christmas town at the Kern County Museum runs through January 4th.

Tickets are $12. Kids three and under are free.

The hours are 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

For more information, visit www.bakersfieldchristmastown.com.
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