Lucketts’ Holiday Design House Returns with Wine Garden, Themed Rooms, and More

Marice Phelipe
holiday decorations at lucketts design house

If you live in NoVA, you know that the holiday season doesn’t officially start until The Old Lucketts Store kicks off its annual Holiday Design House.

Starting November 11, the vintage store will be opening up the doors to its 19th century farmhouse-turned-winter wonderland every Thursday to Sunday through December 12. Decked out with holiday decorations, guests will be able to browse the beautifully decorated rooms–each following a different theme.

Guests wanting to visit the design house can pre-purchase November tickets for $25 and December tickets for $20. Ticket holders will have to follow the entry time on their ticket, but can stay as long as they like. This year, the event will be fully ticketed each weekend to ensure shoppers and employees stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Those with tickets to the farmhouse will gain access to purchase all of the decor throughout the display. With a variety of new surprises every weekend, guests will never experience the same display or holiday magic twice.

In addition to the incredible holiday shopping experience, guests will have access to additional activities, including photo experiences in front of their one-of-a-kind holiday murals, the Vanish wine garden, and more. 

At the moment, everything being sold at the design house will only be available for in-store shopping. Shoppers that do want to explore The Old Lucketts Store or the grounds do not need a ticket to visit.

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