Celebrating Christmas at the Billy Graham Library

By Todd Sumlin   •   December 12, 2019

Make plans to bring family and friends to Christmas at the Billy Graham Library. The event ends today. >> Get details here.
Carolers celebrate Jesus' birth through song.
Many families greatly look forward to participating in this celebratory event together.
People enjoy time together, along with a meal or treat from the Graham Brothers Dairy Bar café inside the Library.
During their carriage ride, this young man proposed and she said "Yes." Afterward, they celebrated their engagement with family members.
Christmas at the Library is centered around a live nativity that depicts a night long ago—when Jesus entered the world to be our Savior.
A beautifully adorned Christmas tree makes the perfect backdrop for photos.
A carriage full of happy faces.
A sweet time of teaching children the Christmas story.
Camels, sheep, goats, a Scottish Highland cow, donkey and even a kangaroo are part of the Library's live nativity.
The Library and the grounds are aglow in lights this time of year.
Posing for a Christmas photo to remember their visit.
Admission and parking are free. However, there is a charge for carriage rides and daytime craft activities.
There's a daily petting zoo at noon and a photo opportunity with the animals on Mondays at 5 p.m. Both are free.
A scrumptious Christmas dinner is available for purchase. All nights are sold out this year, however, you can keep this in mind for 2020.
The Billy Graham Library couldn't host this yearly event without the help of its faithful volunteers and donors. Thank you to all who help us tell the story of how God sent His Son, Jesus, to earth so we can be saved through Him. >>Have you received Christ? Pray now.