VIDEO/PHOTOS: Agassiz Harrison Museum decked out for the holidays

Garland sits on one of the display cases at the Agassiz Harrison Museum. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. (Adam Louis/Observer)Garland sits on one of the display cases at the Agassiz Harrison Museum. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. (Adam Louis/Observer)
A gingerbread cathedral towers above various treats and sweets on display at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum (Adam Louis/Observer)A gingerbread cathedral towers above various treats and sweets on display at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum (Adam Louis/Observer)
Leaving cookies and milk out for Santa Claus can be traced back to Norse mythology, in which children, during the Yule season, would leave food out for Sleipner, Odin’s eight-legged horse, in hopes of receiving gifts in return for their help on his travels. (Adam Louis/Observer)Leaving cookies and milk out for Santa Claus can be traced back to Norse mythology, in which children, during the Yule season, would leave food out for Sleipner, Odin’s eight-legged horse, in hopes of receiving gifts in return for their help on his travels. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Thought St. Nick wasn’t there that day, there are cookies and milk waiting for him when he stops by. A photo session with Santa scheduled earlier this month at the museum had to be canceled this year due to recent COVID restrictions. (Adam Louis/Observer)Thought St. Nick wasn’t there that day, there are cookies and milk waiting for him when he stops by. A photo session with Santa scheduled earlier this month at the museum had to be canceled this year due to recent COVID restrictions. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Replica traditional Christmas Pudding sits on a cozy dining room table at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum. Traditional British Christmas pudding often contains dried fruit, bread crumbs, traditional winter spices and rum or brandy. (Adam Louis/Observer)Replica traditional Christmas Pudding sits on a cozy dining room table at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum. Traditional British Christmas pudding often contains dried fruit, bread crumbs, traditional winter spices and rum or brandy. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Boughs of holly decorate a vintage record player. (Adam Louis/Observer)Boughs of holly decorate a vintage record player. (Adam Louis/Observer)
A large Christmas wreath decorates a rail car outside the Agassiz Harrison Museum. (Adam Louis/Observer)A large Christmas wreath decorates a rail car outside the Agassiz Harrison Museum. (Adam Louis/Observer)

With the help of a troupe of holiday elves, staff and volunteers at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum have really decked the halls this year.

Showcasing vintage decorations, treats and holiday memorabilia, the museum features a festive display just in time for the holidays.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. For more information on hours and beyond, contact the museum at 604-796-3545.

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