Mustard Seed Hill Christmas, one of the must-sees in the region
An exhibition lights up a small town for the holidays
MILLERSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – Starting Saturday, November 27, the former Millersburg Military Institute – taken over by Community Ventures and renamed Mustard Seed Hill – will once again become one of Central Kentucky’s must-see vacation destinations.
Located on the northern edge of Bourbon County, just six minutes from Paris and 30 minutes from Lexington, the campus will feature two new light displays that will join the original eight light displays spanning the three acres of land.
In addition to the lights that provide limitless possibilities for creating phenomenal family photos – and keepsakes – visitors will be able to view the Gingerbread House exhibit and complete their shopping at the 4,000 square foot indoor craft market showcasing products made by more than 60 local and regional artists, creators and artisans. While the campus will be open nightly for visitors to see the lights until January 1, the gingerbread market and exhibit will be open Wednesday through Saturday evenings from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. until December 23.
The Christmas Cafe and Holiday Tent provide a cozy place to grab a bite to eat, while the new campfire nook provides a place to connect with friends and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate. The Café will also be open from Wednesday to Sunday until December 23.
“Christmas at Mustard Seed Hill highlights all of the renovations that have taken place at the former Millersburg Military Institute, as well as the enhancement of the city,” noted Shawn Burns, president of operations at Mustard Seed Hill. “Not to mention the perfect place to create vacation memories with family and friends.
Tickets for the event can be purchased online at https://www.mustardseedhill.events. Admission is $ 5 per person purchased in advance. A limited number of walk-in tickets are available for $ 10 per person. Children under 7 are free. Admission to the Gingerbread House exhibit costs an additional $ 5.