Koziar's Christmas Village

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About Koziar's Christmas Village, Bernville

The name Koziar rhymes with the English word composure.


Overview of Koziar's Christmas Village

Welcome to the page of Koziar's Christmas Village. This is a place of interest in the city of Bernville in United States. On your trip to Bernville, you can consider a quick visit to Koziar's Christmas Village. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Koziar's Christmas Village and you'll thank us later!

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Address: 782 Christmas Village Rd, Bernville, PA 19506, United States

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  • Great evening for a family walk through to see all the lights, they do an amazing job here and they also serve beverages like hot cocoa and soft pretzels to keep you warm it was extremely cold when we went so I suggest bringing couple blankets to wrap around you when you walk through it takes a long time to walk through but well worth it.

  • My family and I visited over the weekend and really enjoyed the lights and festive atmosphere. There were a few hang ups though. First being we drove down such an isolated road to get here, not a house or light in sight, just a narrow paved road and our car. I would suggest for the family to place a few signs as you near the property so that your guests don't feel so isolated on the way there. Once we did get closer we were stuck in 40 minutes of bumper to bumper traffic which is expected during this time of year since, but again we were hesitant at first because there were no signs that we were in a single line of traffic to enter the village. Once we did get closer we saw the holiday lights and were relieved that we weren’t just stuck in a random traffic pile up. Once we got on the main road there were traffic attendants directing people into a massive parking lot, and this is where I became so annoyed. As crowded as it was, there was SO much parking available – no need to be stuck in this much traffic for there to be a massive parking lot when you arrive. The attendants also try and direct visitors to the back of the lot when there are tons of spots available when you enter, if we hadn’t opened the windows and noticed this we would’ve drove all the way to the back and then had to walk back to the entrance with our family in low 40 degree temps for no reason at all. The entrance line went by pretty quick and the prices are decent for the 1.5 - 2 hour walking experience. They do have a path set up so that all visitors walk in the same direction and don’t miss anything which I thought was great since you could easily overlook a certain section. I do think they should have carts set up where you can buy hot cocoa and coffee versus putting them in the shops only, the lines are so long and it discourages people from wanting to wait in the cold, we were better off walking along to keep warm versus the stop and go. Overall my family loved the village, it was Christmas on steroids for sure and just what we expected in terms of the experience.

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  • Tourists and locals alike will enjoy this place. LOTS of Christmas lights. Great for a date with your sweetheart on a cold winter night, or captivating your kids for a couple hours.

  • Beautiful service, friendly faces, gives you the best holiday cheer. But tired of the people who live in the development homes near there complaining about the traffic. Christmas Village was around since 1948 much before the complainers of the development homes. Give it a break it's not like it's all year around!

  • Must visit place at least once. Brings out the Christmas spirit in a very fun way. The decor is very well done. Make sure to wear good quality winter clothing because you will need to walk for about an hour - more if you take snack breaks.

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