A 70-minute progressive play that takes its audience back to Christmas Eve, 1876. Tours begin at 5 p.m. and leave every 15 minutes. Advance reservations are strongly recommended. Tickets are $28 adults ($26 members) and $21 ages 4-17 ($19 youth members). Walk-in tickets the day of the performance are $30 adults ($28 members) and $23 children ($21 youth members). Tours are not recommended for children under 4 years old.
This year’s story draws inspiration from the legend of St. Nicholas as the Patron Saint of sailors, thieves, and young women looking to marry. The plot contains several exciting and humorous elements, including a bank robbery on Christmas Eve and the return of a sailor thought lost at sea. As in years past, this year's production will include a dance, a sweet treat, a scene on one of our historic vessels, a horse-and-carriage ride, and a visit from St. Nicholas.