Yoakum Heritage Museum hosts their 32nd annual Christmas Tree Forest
YOAKUM, Texas — The Yoakum Heritage Museum is now open for Christmas season. It is filled with beautiful decorated trees and a room filled with angels.
“Every year we have a new theme and so every year it looks completely different, we tried to make it like enchanting and exotic and kind of special so it’s really supposed to look like the forest,” said executive director Lauren Henson.
The museum is decorated by organizations, schools, private personnel as well as local businesses
The ornaments made by the students are all hand made.The children get to come and visit and the museum where they get to see their work.
There are about 45 to 55 trees along with gingerbread cookies, a train set model, as well as a room filled with nativity scenes and much much more.
“Thursday Dec 5th, we’ll have a night at the museum with live music we’ll also have smores on the back patio for the children to enjoy, said President of Yoakum Heritage Museum.
The museum will be open all the way through January 14, 2020.
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