Christmas is celebrated differently all over the world. In the US and the UK, it is typically celebrated by decorating Christmas trees, wrapping gifts, hanging stockings for Santa Claus to fill, singing carols and feasting with family and friends.
The Victorians began our beloved Christmas traditions, the turkey, the Christmas
Tree, mulled wine. Learn more about the history of Christmas and Victorians ...
A page of Victorian Christmas Traditions. It includes Victorian crafts, Victorian
party games and some Victorian recipies.
With the arrival of Christianity, pagan festivals became mixed with Christmas
celebrations. One of the leftovers from these pagan days is the custom of
I was recently reading one of my favorite Christmas
books , Joy to the World by Cynthia Hart, John Gossman and Priscilla Dunhill, for a refresher on Victorian
. They not only went door to door singing for friends and neighbors, they enjoyed carols in pa... More »
The Victorians impact on how we celebrate Christmas is fascinating to say the
least. No era influenced the way we celebrate Christmas as the Victorian era did.
Christmas In Victorian England. by Michelle J. Hoppe. Although Christ's Nativity
has been celebrated since the 4th century, most of the English customs we are ...
Judith Flanders describes how many of our own Christmas traditions - from trees
and crackers to cards and carols - have their origins in 19th-century industrial ...
Sep 26, 2012 ... The celebration of Christmas was very important to the Victorians. Here are some
facts about the different traditions and activities associated ...
When we celebrate Christmas with family and friends, we have the Victorians to
thank for many of its joyful festivities and delightful customs. They revived old ...