'CastlePost' Christmas Tours Begin In December

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Updated: 11/17/2012 1:08 am
If you've ever wanted to tour the inside of the famed castle in Woodford County, now is your chance.  And, you can help a great cause at the same time.

Tickets are now on sale for the annual 'CastlePost Christmas Tour.'

The public is invited to tour this Kentucky treasure, view Christmas décor by local Designers, and help individuals and families served by The Salvation Army Central Kentucky Area Services.

This year’s tour will feature more Christmas décor than previous years.  Designers include:

 

Grand Foyer - Deborah Drury Interior Design

Music Room - Becky Rae Huff and Beth Day

Library -Boxwood Gifts and Florists

Grand Ballroom - Georgetown Flowers and Gifts

Majestic Suite - Junior League of Lexington;

Majestic Suite - Alexandria McClanahan

Majestic Suite - Allie Morgan and Chris Howley

Exterior Entrance - Two Brothers Garden and Landscape Design

Dining Room - The Cottage Gardeners Garden Club

Billiard Room - Tammy Washington

 

All Tickets:   $35/person on December 1 and 2;   $25/person on December 3

                       $45/person Royal Admission Flex Ticket (Come anytime Dec. 1-3 between 1-5PM)

 

For tickets call (859) 543-4061 (Visa and Mastercard accepted) or purchase in person at Whitaker Bank (Hamburg, Beaumont Centre, or Paris Pike Lexington). 

 

Note: There are a limited number of tickets per tour hour.

 

Tour Times: 

§    December 1st at 12PM, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM, 4PM and 5PM

§    December 2nd at 1PM, 2PM, 3PM, 4PM, 5PM and 6PM

§    December 3rd at  1PM, 2PM, 3PM, 4PM and 5PM

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