For all the Courthouse enthusiasts who are out there making the journey fun, something special goes on each holiday season in Guernsey County, Ohio. They put on a holiday light show at the courthouse that features about 30,000 lights synchronized to Christmas music.
The courthouse is a prominent 1881 era sandstone building that presides over the lovely Cambridge downtown. Seeing this modern light and music show featured on this gorgeous old building is pretty incredible.
The show begins at 5:30 p.m. nightly through January 1. Bundle up and plan to have dinner at one of the downtown restaurants. Better yet, make it a day and hit some of the shops too! There’s a nice vintage store and a used bookstore that I’m partial to. Oh, and the town hosts Dickens village characters as well.
I’ll tell you more about that tomorrow.
Want to see some clips of the light show? I’ll post some on the Make the Journey Fun Facebook page! Check it out now!
I shared this in the National Road group on Facebook!
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Sounds like fun! I remember my visit to Cambridge in 2017. The records I was looking at were not in the courthouse anymore, so I don’t think I went inside.
I haven’t been inside but hope it’s as fabulous inside as it is out.