Christmas Candlelight Tour and open house at Eden Gardens State Park Dec. 15

November 20, 2018

A wonderful holiday tradition in South Walton continues at Eden Gardens State Park Wesley House as it lights up for the holidays. Enjoy the walk through the luminaries and a candlelight tour from 5 – 8 p.m. on Dec. 15. Take a free tour of the house and admire the beautifully decorated rooms, each decorated in different themes by local businesses and organizations. After the tour is complete, guests can vote on their favorite room and enjoy refreshments in the pavilion provided by the Friends of Eden.

Admission to the park is free to the public during the Candlelight Tour on Dec. 15.

The ladies of Destin Woman’s Club have decorated the downstairs entryway, upstairs hallway, and staircase with the theme of a “A Christmas Carol.”

Members of Green Thumb Garden Club of Santa Rosa Beach have decorated the Parlor to the theme of “Bloom where you Live.”

The ladies of Impact 100 wish everyone a “Blessed Holiday Season” in the Dining room.

Members of the Pt. Washington Historical Society are asking “Who let the Birds in Tweet Tweet” in the Library.

Going up the stairway decorated by Destin Woman’s Club, the upstairs Sun porch is decorated as a “Victorian Christmas” by Trudy Gautreau of Seagrove Garden Club.

The Blue Bedroom has been decorated by Melissa Webster of Chautauqua Winery with the theme of “Home for Christmas.”

Across the hall, in the Pink Bedroom, Joann Moore has created a place for “Angels.”

Moving on down the hallway, is the Children’s bedroom by the youngest members of the decorating team – the children of South Walton Montessori Academy with the theme of “A Children’s Christmas.”

And finally to the Red Bedroom, where Jacque Lane and Angela Atkinson from Bungalow Home & Life decorated the room as “Papa’s Christmas Retreat”.

Members of Pt. Washington Historical Society will again set up all the luminaries – the supplies for the luminaries are made possible thru the generous support of Red Bar’s Ollie & Louie Petit, Bud & Alley’s Dave Rauschkolb, and Cafe Thirty-A’s Harriet Crommelin.

Eden Gardens State Park is located in Point Washington, off U.S. 98 on C.R. 395.
For more information, call (850) 267-8320.
181 Eden Garden Road, Point Washington, Fl. 32459 ::MAP::