About Christmas in Dacula
Created in 2014 by a joint effort of the Dacula Business Association and the City of Dacula, our festival was graciously hosted by Hebron Baptist Church for 4 years, drawing crowds in excess of 8,000 attendees to celebrate the season and enjoy a day of fun together.
Under the direction of Christian Jolly (Executive Director, Christmas in Dacula) and with the expressed interest of Betty Warbington (President, Gwinnett Historical Society), Christmas in Dacula relocated to the Elisha Winn House and historic property for the 5th annual festival in 2018.
The Elisha Winn property is home to a rich history that set the foundation for Gwinnett County’s government, and will allow attendees a chance to hear about the historic home through guided tours, as well as witness some period-specific reenactments and demonstrations from the early 1800’s.
The event is a great opportunity to for residents and families to shop local business booths for Christmas gift ideas, enjoy food from local vendors and experience one of the oldest maintained historical properties in Gwinnett County and the state of Georgia.
Admission is $3 (ages 13 and up only - children 12 and under are FREE).
Parking is available on-site as well as nearby shuttle-accessible parking (details forthcoming).