A Walk Through Bethlehem: The Twin Falls Living Nativity
The Living Nativity of Twin Falls, Idaho has quickly become an annual Christmas staple for Twin Falls area residents and the event has announced the dates the immersive display will be running in 2023.
About the Twin Falls Living Nativity
The Twin Falls Living Nativity is debatably the most immersive and hosted by a family and volunteers. The residence at 1267 Madrona St. North is transformed into Bethlehem, with a cast of actors who portray the events leading up to and surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ. You’ll walk past the open market as you make your way through to see the shepherds and Angels delivering the good news before you finally witness the Nativity scene itself.
The when and where for the Living Nativity of Twin Falls
The Living Nativity of Twin Falls is hosted at 1267 Madrona St. N. in Twin Falls on December 14, 15, and 16 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
This is a free event, and you are encouraged to bring canned food items that will be donated to Twin Falls area food banks.
Pro tips for attending the Living Nativity of Twin Falls
Dress warm, then dress even warmer. This has become a wildly popular event. The organizers have done a fantastic job moving the line quickly enough, but there’s a good chance you'll be waiting in line for a bit. So, layer up. You’ll be glad you did.
If you want to avoid the crowds, try attending on opening night. Thursday typically has the lowest attendance. That doesn’t mean there won’t be a line, but most likely, the wait will be shorter on Thursday evening.
If you have family who aren’t able to attend the event on foot, the Nativity can be seen by passing by in your car along Galena Drive
Most people park along Madrona Street. Just be aware that this is a residential area, so please be respectful of others’ property and don’t block neighboring driveways.
Need more info?
If you need more information about this event, you can find more details on The Living Nativity of Twin Falls' Facebook Page.
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