Last year, the owners of the famous Tuxedo Drive Christmas display announced that 2017 would be the last holiday season that they presented their spectacular Christmas display.
And while Victorians may miss their annual pilgrimage to 4091 Tuxedo Drive, they won’t have to worry about missing the decorations altogether.
Cobble Hill’s Merridale Cidery purchased the jaw-dropping display and has added it to their already decked out Christmas farm.
The Tuxedo Drive display was a collection of over 100 pieces of Yuletide keepsakes, including a 1956 fire engine, huge inflatables (like a snowman and a nutcracker more than 30 feet high), life-sized reindeer carrying Santa’s sleigh, and more.
Visitors to the farm can check out the display as they walk through their lit up courtyard, and if you really want to make a night out of it, Merridale holds delightful Christmas activities every December weekend including New Year’s Eve.
One of the most popular activities is their Christmas at the Farm Long Table Dinner, where visitors can enjoy a delicious three-course meal, walk through the gorgeous courtyard, and watch Christmas classics like The Grinch underneath their twinkling covered deck.
The Tuxedo Drive Christmas display will have the same grandeur, albeit a different location. For more gorgeous holiday displays, you can check out our 5th Annual Victoria Buzz Christmas Lights Tour – which will be released later this week.
And if you’re decorating your home this year, and want everyone to come view your festive exhibition, you can submit your address here.