A Look At One Of The Most Decorated Christmas Houses On The East Coast

The Most Decorated Christmas House

When it comes to Christmas decorations, one Pennsylvanian home is no strange to intense displays. The Peckville Christmas house has been spreading joy and the Christmas spirit to the Peckville, Pennsylvania area for some time now. They have an amazing display that you can actually walk through and fully enjoy it. A lot of displays you have to drive by, sometimes rather fast. The Peckville house allows you to walk through the display.

They also don’t charge anything and have 2 donation bins to help them out with the cost of supplies, work, etc. We’ve seen some really cool displays, but this one has to top be one of the best we’ve seen in a very long time. The decor is set up in a way that it takes a while to fully appreciate the gravity of the work.

Check out their Facebook page here > PECKVILLE CHRISTMAS HOUSE

Check out the video we found below by Tommy Guns Photography and let us know your thoughts

Video Source – Tommy Guns Photography

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  1. It is not surprising that, like many other festive Christmas customs, the tree was adopted so late in America. To the New England Puritans, Christmas was sacred. The pilgrims s second governor, William Bradford, wrote that he tried hard to stamp out pagan mockery of the observance, penalizing any frivolity. The influential Oliver Cromwell preached against the heathen traditions of Christmas carols, decorated trees, and any joyful expression that desecrated that sacred event. In 1659, the General Court of Massachusetts enacted a law making any observance of December 25 (other than a church service) a penal offense; people were fined for hanging decorations. That stern solemnity continued until the h century, when the influx of German and Irish immigrants undermined the Puritan legacy. An illustration from a December 1848 edition of the Illustrated London News shows Queen Victoria and her family surrounding a Christmas tree.

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