Visitor’s guide, information, and photo gallery for Taylor Winterfest 2020 – Blizzard of Oz. More than 200,000 holiday lights along the 2/3 mile path.
Every weekend from now until January 10th, Heritage Park in Taylor will host Winterfest. Each weekend will bring a new theme and adventure to the event. The first weekend featured a short reenactment of the Nutcracker Ballet.
Winterfest 2020 Blizzard of Oz takes guests along a 2/3 mile “Yellow Brick Road”. The path leads guests through the Heritage Park. This includes the historic Coan Lake area, the petting farm, the Taylor Conservatory as well as the Botanical Gardens.
Along the path, there are full-building projections and dazzling light displays. Guests can also enjoy entertainment and more than 100 lighted Christmas trees. By far my favorite part of the adventure is the lighted interactive wall. The attraction encourages guests to wipe away the frosted windows. This reveals Santa together with his elves at the North Pole.
Taylor Winterfest 2020 Tickets
The Taylor Winterfest Blizzard of Oz is open Thursday through Sunday. Timed ticketing starts at 6:00 pm and runs until 10:00 pm. However, the event closes at 11:00 pm.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for youth (ages 4 – 12). Children three and under are free. Residents of Taylor, as well as Military, First Responder and Medical Professionals, will receive a discount to this event.
Blizzard of Oz Themes
The weekly themes in November include The Nutcracker (Nov. 19 – 22) and Grinchmas (Nov. 27-30). In December they will feature Frosty Paws (Dec. 3 – 6), Polar Plunge (December 10-13), Santa’s Workshop (Dec. 17-20), and also Holiday Carnival (Dec 21, 22, 26 & 27). A Frozen theme will be featured on December 28th and 29th, as well as on January 2nd and 3rd. Finally, the event will wrap up with a Harry Potter theme from January 7th until the 10th.
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Bernadette Manaay is a proud mom of two wonderful kids, Ianna and Bernard. She has been married to her husband, Ian, for almost 11 years. Bernadette is a Physical Therapist by profession in Metro Detroit. Her family loves to travel and go camping every summer and early fall. Her desire and passion to document her family’s everyday life lead her to become a self-taught photographer. It is very fulfilling to a mom to capture and freeze as many moments as we can because time just flies so fast. See the special memories of her family on her Instagram account: @adetteskyph.