Visit Historic Rugby for a festive, old fashioned Victorian Christmas featuring period carolers, Christmas stories, historic buildings and private home tours, and a Community Christmas Tree on December 5 or 12 from 3-8 p.m. Eastern.  Be sure to greet Father Christmas as he makes his way through the village bringing joy to all.

Do some of your Christmas shopping at our Commissary or one of the shops in the village. Don’t miss out on finding some unique, one-of-a-kind items you won’t be able to find anywhere else!  More details and ticket information will be announced later, so watch this site and our Facebook page. 

Rugby’s historic buildings such as the Hughes Public Library, Kingstone Lisle, Christ Church Episcopal, and the Rugby Schoolhouse will be festively decorated like Christmases past.  Private homes in Rugby will also be open for tour both nights from 4:30-7:30 Eastern. 

There will be a special children’s Teddy Bear Tea from 1-3 Eastern both Saturdays.  Historic Rugby staff will provide snacks and hot chocolate and help children make a take home craft before they read a Christmas story.  Children are welcome to bring their own teddy bears to the tea. Registration information will be announced later.

For more information or directions, contact Historic Rugby at (423) 628-2441.  Visitors are encouraged to visit our website for more information about the village at https://www.historicrugby.org.  Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/historicrugby/.  We look forward to seeing you!  Happy Holidays!