MANSFIELD -- Christmas at Kingwood will open Saturday, Nov. 28 and run through Jan. 3. Expanded days and times have been added with online pre-sale of ticket required. Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursday times are 4 to 8 p.m.; Friday, Saturday, Sunday is 4 to 9 p.m. The Garden & Gift Shop and Gateway Café will be open. Kingwood will be closed on Mondays along with Dec. 24 and 25 and Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.
Entrance will be at the Trimble Road gate with admission in the new Garden Gateway visitor center. Tickets are $5 for 13 years and older; 12 and under and members are free.
GALLERY: Christmas at Kingwood 2019
For a full list of events, visit the Kingwood website.
To provide a safe experience, all guests (including members and children) will require advanced ticketed registration, capacity is limited at Kingwood Hall, and face-coverings are required inside buildings. Capacities will be limited by the half hour, and walk-in tickets are subject to availability.
The second annual Stuff the Sleigh is Dec. 1 to 3. Bring a new, unwrapped toys to donate to area children and receive a coupon for 20% off a $25 minimum purchase in the Garden & Gift Shop. Toys will be distributed to Richland County Children Services, Domestic Violence Shelter, and The Salvation Army.
Christmas at Kingwood is one of Kingwood’s longest standing traditions. To learn more about holiday workshops and activities, visit kingwoodcenter.org. Presenting sponsor of Christmas at Kingwood 2020 is Mechanics Bank; also sponsoring are Directions Credit Union, RFME Insurance, Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center and Park National Bank.
About Kingwood Center Gardens
Kingwood Center Gardens is an exquisite garden estate on 47 acres in Mansfield, OH that once was the home of the innovative industrialist, Charles Kelley King. Kingwood is renowned for its distinctive floral displays, unique plant specimens, woodland trails, historic mansion and gardens, display greenhouse, duck pond, and peacocks. Signature events like Wine Walk, the Great Pumpkin Glow and Christmas at Kingwood delight thousands of guests annually and provide vital support for this non-profit organization.
In mid-October 2020, Kingwood will celebrate the opening of the Garden Gateway, a new visitor center with a café, garden and gift shop, ballroom, exhibit gallery, and guest amenities. The Garden Gateway Project also includes the Grand Perennial Garden with Perennial Pavilion, the new Draffan Fountain Terrace, and a Nature Pond.