Christmas Town: A Busch Gardens Celebration 2009

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Every flag, sign, banner and uniform has been changed just for Christmas Town

Banbury Cross
Lights are everywhere along with the sounds, smells and tastes of Christmas
The Sesame Street Muppets teach Abby Cadabbie about the meaning of Christmas
The carolers and brass quartet bring even more charm to Banbury Cross

Heather Downs
The Clydesdales are still in the park and decked out for Christmas
Heather Downs features blue trees and hundred of stars above the walkways
Killarney is decked out in green and gold
Abbeystone features Rejoice, a show featuring traditional Christmas music and a full orchestra
Every restaurant in the park has a special holiday menu with amazing treats
Santa's Fireside Feast offers a great meal experience with the Big Man himself
Aquitaine features cool icy colors and icicles and snow everywhere
The Ice Palace Penguin Paradise features a close-up look at live penguins
New France
New France features rustic decorations to match the rustic feel of the area
Good music and great food in great setting
The North Pole (Rheinfeld)
Rheinfeld has been transformed into the epicenter of all things Christmas as the North Pole

At the North Pole, you can visit Santa at his workshop
Christmas treats are everywhere and all feature the Christmas Town logos
Oktoberfest features the giant Christmas Tree in front of the Festhaus

Inside, the Festhaus has been transformed for the holidays with impressive chandeliers and even real poinsettias
Though not originally planned to be open for Christmas Town, Italy has been opened on peak nights. The Ristorante de la Piazza is being used to do some of the baking.
Italy is partially decorated and the flat rides are open to help handle the large crowds and improve traffic flow through the park, and as a preview for next year...

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