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This Farm Near Toronto Is Transforming Into A Twinkly Christmas Land Next Week

Ontario's very own Scandinavian Christmas world! ☃️🎄
Christmas Market Near Toronto Is A Scandinavian Dream

Have you started planning your holiday season yet? If so, you have to add this Christmas Market near Toronto to your list.

The Niemi Family Farm, located in the York Region town of Mount Albert, is transforming into a festive wonderland beginning on November 13.

"Come and enjoy a Scandinavian Christmas on our farm while sipping hot chocolate, surrounded by the smell of the wood-burning fire, with twinkly lights setting lovely atmosphere," reads the family's website.

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Santa will be available for socially distanced visits, and bonfires will be lit to keep you warm.

There will also be a Christmas market, wagon rides, and rows on rows of twinkling lights! 

Best of all? If you do some of your holiday shopping at their Christmas market, you will be supporting local Ontario businesses.

Tickets can be purchased through the Facebook event, or on the Niemi Family Farm website.

Outdoor Christmas Market on the Farm

Price: $14.99 for children, $19.99 for adults

When: Starting November 13 2020.

Address: 18463 Hwy 48, ON.

Why You Need To Go: Twinkling lights, warm holiday drinks, and visits with Santa Claus — need we say more?

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