Koziar’s Christmas Village FAQs (2023)
NOTE: Any Covid-19 updates for the 2023 Season will be listed on our “Visit Koziar’s Page.“
This on-line help document has been created to provide quick answers to the most common questions we receive. The most frequently asked questions are addressed in the list below.
Visit our Facebook page for all the latest updates: www.Facebook.com/koziarschristmasvillage
If you have a question that is not addressed by our “FAQ” please feel free to contact us.
Days and Hours of Operation | Pricing & Payment | Tours & Santa | Bus Groups / Other Groups | Wheelchair, Stroller & Disability Access | Food at Christmas Village | Directions to Christmas Village/Traffic | Pets not allowed
Opening Night: First Saturday In November
Open Weekends (Friday, Sat., Sun.): First Saturday in November to Thanksgiving
*PRIME NIGHTS: Additional $4 per ticket.
Friday 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm | Saturday: 6 pm to 9 pm | Sunday: 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Thanksgiving through the end of season (usually Jan. 1st or 2nd) Christmas Village is open EVERY night – including Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s night!
Thanksgiving to End of Season:
Monday – Thursday 6 pm – 9 pm | Friday: 6 pm – 9 pm | Saturday: 5 pm to 10 pm | Sunday: 5 pm to 9:00 pm
NOTE: Hours may be extended on extremely busy nights (please check Facebook for updates)
Koziar’s will continue PRIME NIGHTS for some busy nights with an additional $4 per per ticket.
NOTE: Koziar’s may, if needed, make use of Time Slot Cards given to guests upon arrival to regulate the number of visitors in the Village. You will be able to wait in your car, use the portable bathrooms by the entrance if needed, and most important, you will be given full time in Christmas Village for your visit.
Payments Accepted: Cash (ATM on Site!) or CC (Visa, Mastercard & Discover Only)
Ages 3 & UNDER – FREE | 4 TO 10 – $11.00
11 TO 64 – $13.00 | SENIORS (65+) – $12.00
PRIME NIGHT PRICING:
*Additional $4 per ticket on *PRIME NIGHTS
Active Military Discount:
Koziar’s offers a $1 Discount to all active duty military personnel (ID required).
Tours: There are no organized/guided tours at Koziar’s Christmas Village. You walk the grounds at your own pace and the paved pathways are well lit and clearly marked with “street signs” and arrows to help you discover all the special sights of Christmas Village. Since there are both outdoor and indoor displays, many visitors spend on average one and a half hours viewing the displays and exhibits, visiting with Santa, enjoying refreshments and snacks and shopping in the souvenir, gift, and ornament shops. Don’t forget to dress warm!
Visiting Santa: Pictures with Santa are $12. Santa receives visitors every night – but his last night is December 23 (then he’s off to the North Pole!)
Groups must contact us in advance using the Groups form to schedule your group.
Group registration is for bus companies, families, churches, schools, senior centers, and other groups of 10 or more. Groups of 20 or more receive a $1 discount if they provide a single payment. Bus Drivers and Coordinator are FREE for qualifying groups of 20 or more. Parking is FREE.
All walk-ways and building entrances, including bathrooms, can be negotiated by wheel chair, stroller/double-strollers, electric scooters, or walker. Christmas Village does not provide wheelchairs for rentals. We do not rent wheelchairs but we have a limited number that can be borrowed on first come/first serve basis.
Handicap parking is available with a Handicap License plate or hang tag/placard.
Christmas Village has good fast food with items such as hot dogs, burgers, pizza, nachos and more. Stop in to the refreshment barn and warm up with a cozy hot chocolate, cookies, and more.
Parking is FREE!
Koziar’s Christmas Village is located at:
782 Christmas Village Road, Bernville, PA 19506
NOTE: Grand View road near Koziar’s is closed due to a bridge outage (updated Nov. 24, 2021)
We love animals but due to state law, insurance regulations, and township health codes we cannot permit family pets. The only exception to this rule is for service dogs trained for a work or task on behalf of a guest with a disability.