Holidays at the Manor House,

December 4 through 12

 

The 46th annual Holidays at the Manor House will return as an in-person event December 4-12 at Wildwood Preserve. Reservations for time slots will be required this year to manage the number of people in the House at a time, and masks will be required. Admission is free. 

Online reservations opened on November 1. 

Ring in the holidays at one of northwest Ohio’s most festive celebrations. Each year, volunteers from the community transform over 30 areas of the 30,000-square-foot Manor House into a holiday wonderland. Tour the house and see why more than 40,000 people make Holidays at the Manor House part of their holiday tradition.

Visit Metroparks Hall on the same dates from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. so see the model train exhibit by the Swanton Area Railroad and Model Club. Reservations will not be required to see the trains, however a limited number of people will be allowed inside the building at one time.

Mask are required regardless of vaccination status.

The manor house is accessible by wheelchair on the 3 floors decorated for Holidays.  The elevator is 35 x 40 inches and does not accommodate most scooters.  Thanks to a donation from The Ability Center of Toledo, there is one standard 18 inch wheelchair available to borrow on a first come, first served basis.

Also, enjoy a walk along the lighted trails on the grounds surrounding the Manor House.

There is still limited dates and times available to tour the decorated house. Please call (419)407-9810 for reservations. 

Group tours are available on December 13 and 14, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., reservations are required. To book call 419-407-9810. 

For more than 40 years, volunteers have decorated the grand mansion at Wildwood Preserve as a holiday gift to the community.

 

 


Holidays at the Manor House Videos

 

History of Holidays at the Manor House.

 

Holidays at the Manor House decorator interview.

 

Holidays at the Manor House decorator interview.

Take a 360 tour of this annual tradition, Holidays at the Manor House.