Last Updated on February 9, 2020 by haveclotheswilltravel
Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! Visiting the Nutcracker in the Castle at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh, Wisconsin is becoming a yearly tradition for my family and me.
Each room of this historic estate is transformed into scenes from the Nutcracker fairy tale and it is absolutely beautiful. If you’re in the Oshkosh area, this is worth an hour of your time to visit! (The exhibit runs from November 22, 2019, to January 6, 2020.)
Last year I had shared a photo gallery of some of the rooms as well. (Click here to see it.) However, for this year, I wanted to share a few shots and rooms that I wasn’t able to get last year, due to there being so many people the day I was there! I went yesterday (Monday) to enjoy the exhibit and there were far fewer people.
So, for this post, I’m sharing 25 of my favorite photos from the exhibit this year. Enjoy, and have a very Merry Christmas, everyone!
There are three different ways to visit and enjoy the Nutcracker in the Castle at the Paine Art Center. Guests may take Self-guided Tours, Candlelight Tours, and Guided Tours, with each style of tour offered at separate times. Click here for more information.
25 Photos of Nutcracker in the Castle at the Paine Art Center
More Photos: Sugar Plum Fairy’s Cupcake Cafe (located behind the Paine property)
More Photos: The Paine Gardens
Thank you for looking through my photo gallery of “Nutcracker in the Castle.” I hope you enjoyed it!
I also want to apologize to my regular readers – this is the longest I have taken off from blogging since I began. We had a death in our family, followed by me getting sick…and then the holidays started. Needless to say, the blog had to be put on hold for a little while. Once Christmas is over, I’ll be getting back into the swing of things, though. Thank you for your understanding, everyone.
*Thank you to the Paine Art Center for complimentary passes to this year’s exhibit. As always, all opinions are my own, and I am never compensated for a positive review. My family and I really love attending this yearly experience in Oshkosh!