Step Into Christmas Past with Victorian Walks in Guthrie, Oklahoma
Oklahoma Magazine recently named Guthrie, Oklahoma, the Christmas capital of the country!
Over the years, Oklahoma has put itself on the map with its various holiday celebrations. The Leg Lamp in Chickasha has become a national roadside attraction. The Route 66 Christmas Chute in Sapulpa is now a must-visit holiday experience.
But 30 years ago, community members in Guthrie started one of the state's best holiday festivities with Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Celebrations where visitors can experience what the holidays were like in the historic city during the 1800s.
Experience Guthrie's Victorian Walks!
One of the most unique events of Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Celebrations is the Victorian Walks. Visitors can explore Guthrie's historic downtown by walking along its century-old red brick roads, browse local shops with live visions of Victorian and prairie life. Locals take part by dressing up in period costumes and reenacting holidays from Guthrie's past.
Saturday, Dec. 9 is the last Victorian Walk of the season.
If you're looking for a holiday adventure this weekend, you'll definitely want to visit Guthrie! Saturday, Dec. 9 is the last Victorian Walk of the season for Guthrie. The Victorian Walk will take place from 3-9 p.m. in downtown Guthrie wand will feature "musical performances, a live nativity scene, food trucks, shopping and light shows," according to Oklahoma Magazine.
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