Christmas at Union Station - Tree Lighting Ceremony

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The Christmas at Union Station festivities begin with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. Enjoy loads of entertainment including cookie decorating and holiday crafts, plus Santa himself! All the good tidings and cheer lead up to the signature tradition of the night: the community countdown to lighting the region's largest indoor Christmas tree!

Friday, November 27, 4-8PM (Tree lighting happens at approximately 7PM)

Admission:

$9 for adults; $7 for seniors; $6 for children 3-12; and free for members and children age 2 and under

ADDITIONAL PARKING: For the convenience of our guests, additional parking will be available in the ConAgra Foods parking lot at 7th and Leavenworth Streets and shuttles will be available to the museum entrance.

Christmas at Union Station is presented by ConAgra Foods, Inc.Holiday programming sponsored by David M. Mangelsen's,

the On Track Guild, Pinnacle Bank, ConAgra Foods, Inc., the Patterson Family, Oriental Trading Company, Anne Thorne

Weaver an Amtrak. Media support provided by KETV NewsWatch 7. Special thanks to Union Pacific Railroad and Norm's Door Service.


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Union Station opened its doors to the public on January 15, 1931, as one of the finest of Art Deco architecture in the United States....