Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, you need to visit, Surrey! It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Museum of Surrey. Hold onto your stockings because Christmas time is here and we are ready to go walking in a winter wonderland.

The folks at the Museum of Surrey and the Chamber of Commerce are decking the halls with 30+ festive Christmas trees. Be on the lookout for boughs of holly, sugar plums and fairies, and silver bells. Last year the Grinch Christmas tree, created by Carol-Ann Photography was the big winner. We can’t wait to see her creation for 2021.

This year visitors can enjoy trees created by:
Astrographic Industries
Atkinson Lanscaping
Balance Real Estate Group
CamRose Early Learning
Carol-Ann Photography
Children and Youth Cloverdale United Church
Clover Hills Dental
Cloverdale Black Belt Academy
Cloverdale Brake & Wheel
Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce
Cloverdale Towing
Dragonfly Quilting & Gifts
Express Employment Professionals
Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society
Healthy Community COS
Honeybee Centre
Invis – Shimona & Associates Mortgage
Katronis Realty
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Little Scholars
Lotus Terminals and Trucking
Ola Fit For Life
Roots and Wings Montessori
Short and Sweet Bakery
Sip n Snack
Surrey Archives
Surrey Association for Community Living
Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society
The Bone & Biscuit
The Heart Cloverdale
Thrive Greenery
TK Graphics
Turkeys Party Makers

Walk the museum to see trees custom-decorated by Cloverdale businesses. Vote for your favourite for a chance to win a $100 Cloverdale shopping spree! For 2021, the voting will be virtual and will happen on the Museum of Surrey Facebook page.

It doesn’t matter whether the weather is frightful, or that its cold outside, because the Cloverdale Christmas Trees at the Museum of Surrey happens indoors. Admission is free; pre-registration isn’t required. The Museum is open six days a week; closed Mondays.

Cloverdale Christmas Trees:

Dates: November 27 – December 19, 2021
Times: 9:30am – 5:30pm (Tuesdays – Saturdays); 12pm – 5pm (Sunday)
Where: Museum of Surrey
Address: 17710 56A Avenue, Surrey
Website: www.surrey.ca