Experience the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge like you never have before
Nestle into the historic Old Dutch Church and let master storyteller Jonathan Kruk, complete with musical accompaniment by Jim Keyes, regale you with his adaptation of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Saturdays + Sundays Dec 2-17
Performances at 2:30, 3:45 and 5pm
Advance tickets required.
Members: 15% off
$2.50/ticket surcharge for phone purchase
Refund and Exchange Policy: Tickets are exchangeable to another date/time slot if that date/time has availability, up to 24 hours in advance of your reserved time slot. There is a $2.50 per ticket exchange fee. More information.
Parking is at Philipsburg Manor and the event takes place across the street at Old Dutch Church.
GPS address for Philipsburg Manor:
381 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY
GPS address for overflow lot:
100 Continental St., Sleepy Hollow, NY
How long is the Dickens's Christmas Carol experience?
Performances last about an hour.
Where can I park?
Regular parking is in the Philipsburg Manor overflow parking lot. Follow signs and use the GPS address. Please plan for about a 10-minute walk from the lot to the Old Dutch Church, where the performance takes place.
Handicapped parking is available in the Philipsburg Manor lot.
Is the event wheelchair accessible?
Entry to the Old Dutch Church involves negotiating a long, steep ramp, uneven stone steps, narrow entryways, and narrow aisles. It is not wheelchair-accessible.
Handicapped parking for performances is available in the Philipsburg Manor lot.
Are there restrooms available?
Restrooms are located in the Philipsburg Manor Visitor Center and can be used before or after your Dickens’s Christmas Carol experience. There are no restrooms at the Old Dutch Church.
What's your weather policy?
Dickens’s Christmas Carol is held rain or shine. If you elect not to attend, your tickets are neither refundable nor exchangeable. In poor weather, ticket holders should consult local weather forecasts for their own area and make their own determination about whether to set out for the evening’s event.
An event may be canceled by Historic Hudson Valley if, in its sole judgment, extreme weather or other conditions could jeopardize the safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff. Generally, rain, snow flurries, or showers would not lead us to cancel, but extremely heavy rain, thunder, and lightning, very strong wind; blizzard conditions, heavy icing, or a prediction of such conditions could force us to do so. If Historic Hudson Valley determines that conditions warrant canceling an event, we will post a message on our website and voicemail and ask local radio stations to make an announcement.