We want to think the 19,800 people who visited us this year, even in the pouring rain. We also want to send a huge thank you out to our many volunteers who helped set up, serve snacks, and greet visitors. Your overwhelming support made this possible. Thank you for visiting us for our 2013 Niceville Christmas Display at the old Food World building, and always following us from location to location. You can check this page for updates on the 2014 location. We will begin packing up the display on Sunday, December 29 and we have to be off the premises promptly. If you would like to come volunteer for a couple of hours, please sign up on the volunteer page here.
The display is open nightly until Friday, December 27 from 6-9 p.m.
Print and share our Christmas Display Flyer
Did you visit the Animation in Motion Christmas Display and have your picture taken? Visit our Facebook photo site to download your pictures.
Never been a part of the Christmas display setup before?? Come be a part of this very rewarding endeavor, there’s even a good chance you will be fed too! Whatever special talent you possess, we can use it on or off site! Contact “The Christmas Lady” now to see how you can be a vital part of this community event. Know of an organization that needs community service hours?This is the perfect opportunity!
Please consider your time & talent for this worthy cause. No time is too small! All are welcome!
Sign up HERE or
Call Debbie (850)678-5355,
text her at (850)865-5455
Donations are accepted to
cover electricity costs.
The Christmas Display Features
Over 600 Animated Dolls
Largest Christmas Village in town with over 1,000 pieces
N-Scale, H.O.-Scale, & O-Scale Model Trains
G-Scale Model Trains
Come visit our Niceville Christmas display and see our new and unique layout! While you are visiting, grab an evening snack. This is a great place for family Christmas pictures, and let us be a part of your Christmas memories.
Many activities will be available for the family!
Write Happy Birthday Messages for Baby Jesus.Send a message to a deployed soldier.
Write a Christmas card to a recovering soldier at Walter Reed VA Hospital in Washington D.C.
Nightly Christmas Movies.