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Koziar's Christmas Village, Bernville

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Koziar's Christmas Village is a seasonal attraction located in Jefferson Township, near Bernville, Berks County, Pennsylvania, U.S., approximately 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Reading. Christmas Village utilizes approximately one half million Christmas lights and other decorative effects in a presentation that has repeatedly been listed among the top tourist attractions in Pennsylvania and the top Christmas displays in the United States.
The name Koziar rhymes with the English word composure.
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  • Drove about 2 1/2 hrs to see this because I had always heard so much about it. LOVED it. took my 2 sons (9 & 16) Loved walking around and seeing everything . so much to see almost too much. Nicest... 
    Drove about 2 1/2 hrs to see this because I had always heard so much about it. LOVED it. took my 2 sons (9 & 16) Loved walking around and seeing everything . so much to see almost too much. Nicest...  more »
  • A million Christmas lights, family friendly, and attention to detail is everywhere. Add that the pricing is reasonable, with a premium on the busiest times, which is reasonable too. So much to see... 
    A million Christmas lights, family friendly, and attention to detail is everywhere. Add that the pricing is reasonable, with a premium on the busiest times, which is reasonable too. So much to see...  more »
  • I fail to understand the attraction of this place. I dont know how anyone could recommend it. I spent $70 to walkthrough an outdated maze of wooden cardboard cutouts, freaky looking characters and... 
    I fail to understand the attraction of this place. I dont know how anyone could recommend it. I spent $70 to walkthrough an outdated maze of wooden cardboard cutouts, freaky looking characters and...  more »
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  • Have been visiting here every year with my family for 27 years. The has been our family tradition. We love seeing the lights and how the kids eyes light up with each and every new change. The model trains and the dinosaurs were a great new addition. We also love the fact that we can buy our special Christmas ornament for each family member there each year, and end our night with hot chocolate, popcorn and soft pretzels.
  • My favourite place to see lights and get into the spirit of Christmas. This farm is about and hour and a half away from Philadelphia but worth the time when you see whats in store one of my favourite part is as you crest the hill that leads you there all you see is all the light of the village and be careful as people are known to pull to the side of the road there to take pictures. As you walk thru this wonderland of lights you see trains and carefully crafted scenery of all things Christmas at the halfway point you can meet Santa Clause and get fresh baked cookies and coco ( always do) then the Kissing bridge for the love birds so cute. Followed by more breath taking displays. Also if your into trains don’t leave till you go into the one barn it has a whole town and multiple trains going. Enjoy!
  • A winter wonderland. Make sure you dress warm everything is outside. A magical place your children will love. Takes about an hour and a half to see everything. We went on a Tuesday night and it was crowded but everyone moved at a nice pace. Plenty of places to get snacks souvenirs and hot cocoa. Costs $5 more per person on the weekends. Plenty of photos opportunities.
  • This year we went during a Prime Night, and the last Saturday before Christmas. If you don't mind the long traffic line, and potentially the long walk from the parking lot, it's well worth the visit. Lines getting in(there's cash and credit lines) moved fairly quick, cash moved quicker. One thing: there is a sign that clearly states "no double wide strollers". There's a reason for this. Person in front of me had one, and got stuck in the line approaching the payment area. That held up the line as it took him 6 minutes(yes, I timed it) to finally get moving. I can't imagine how it was within the village with the crowds. Overall a great trip. I make it every year, even though not much changes(that I notice anyway). And don't forget to visit the shops, take pictures, and last but not least: hot chocolate!
  • Only “negative” is most of those staged houses are VERY outdated. Like dolls from the fifties type of outdated. If it was one or two, no biggie, but nearly every house with them has those old figurines so…I do appreciate the throwback memories of other various characters they have throughout. The story boards are nice too. The lights are great and kids and adults alike would appreciate it overall. Second year in a row coming. Would have been better if it wasn’t raining -tends to make you walk faster and not appreciate all they have on display, but still my family and I enjoyed it.

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