Winter Wonderland returns to Kuser Mansion in Hamilton, NJ
Good news. Hamilton Township’s Winter Wonderland is almost back this year at Kuser Mansion, according to TAP in Hamilton / Robbinsville. Yeh.
Record the dates. It will take place on the first weekend of December (which will be there before you know it), Friday December 3 and Saturday December 4 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The lighting of the Christmas tree will take place on Friday evening at 6 p.m.
If it’s like years gone by, there will be a lot of fun from the holidays and photo ops. You won’t be able to miss the tons of Christmas lights. Father Christmas will be there for a “contactless” visit. There will be a petting zoo, ice skating, fire pits, hot chocolate, Mrs. Claus’ vacation shop, reindeer feed making, and more. Oh, and I hope the Wonderland Express Train runs. Toot toot.
The item says there will always be a drive thru this year too.
Due to the pandemic, last year’s celebration was limited to a drive-thru at Kuser Park. You could see the mansion all lit up for Christmas, along with other Christmas lights. My husband and I took the kids. It was cute, but it left me craving the traditional Winter Wonderland. I am sure I was not alone.
Unfortunately, there will be no more Christmas tours of the mansion this year and the NJ Model Railroad Display will not be open to the public. Damn. Hopefully everything will be open again for 2022.
Kuser Mansion is located at 390 NewKirk Avenue, Hamilton Township.
Don’t miss this fun and free event.
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