PHOTOS: Christmas at the Billy Graham Library

By Tommy Berry   •   December 1, 2016

A white carriage full of people
Christmas at the Billy Graham Library wraps up on Friday. Here, a horse-drawn carriage takes a family around the Library, all lit up for Christmas.
Library lit up, nativity animals out front
The 9th annual celebration kicked off Dec. 1 and has drawn thousands over the past few weeks. Plan your own visit to Christmas at the Library.
Camel turned around, looking at camera
Christmas at the Library features a live nativity, carriage rides, carolers, story time, warm treats and a free tour of the Library. Admission and parking are also free.
Mom and kids smiling at table
A family enjoys some cookies at the Dairy Bar inside the Library.
People on fence line, taking pictures
Capturing the live nativity.
Women in gray and black holding red song books
A local church choir singing upbeat Christmas songs for visitors.
Kids pushing big red button
Roy Graham, son of Franklin Graham, along with his wife, Donna, and their children, helped light a large Christmas tree just inside the Library to kick off the holiday season.
Reserve your spot for Christmas dinner on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association headquarters right behind the Library.
Reserve your spot for Christmas dinner on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association headquarters right behind the Library.
Woman holding full plate of food, smiling
About to enjoy dinner before the Christmas festivities.
Lit trees around Library
All lit up.
Woman getting picture of donkey
Visitors are welcome to pet the live nativity animals from noon to 2 p.m. each day.
Carolers in front of Christmas tree in Library lobby
Various groups sing Christmas songs each night of the event.
White horse pulling white carriage full of people
Taking in the sights around the Library.
 
A live nativity depicts the birth of Jesus Christ, who came to earth to free us from our sins. Do you have freedom in Christ?
Kids gathered around woman in rocking chair, reading book
Hearing stories about the meaning of Christmas on the Library's heated patio.
Family in carriage, smiling
A backdrop for the carriage rides provides a nice photo op for this family.
 
A glass cross provides entrance into the Library. Just as the cross is lit from lights within, so Jesus Christ—who died on a cross—brings light to a dark world. Learn more about the Light of the World.

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