Christmas memories last a lifetime. Make 2017 a year to remember with the latest Lemax holiday village collectables.
New for Christmas 2017 are the Vintage Grind Coffee Company and Bell’s Gourmet Popcorn Factory. The sights and sounds of these festive and fun factories will bring new warmth to your family’s Christmas village.
Every year, people patiently await the unveiling of Lemax’s newest holiday village collectables—and 2017 is our best year yet!
From the traditional Victoria-era cityscape of snowy Caddington Village to the eerie zombies of Spooky Town, Lemax Villages capture the holiday spirit—no matter what the time of year.
This year’s popular Spooky Town additions include the spinning Zombie Plane Ride, the endless party at the Dead Fraternity, and the haunting skull balloon at Reaper’s Landing.
For your Christmas and Holiday villages, the Vintage Grind Coffee Company and Bell’s Gourmet Popcorn Factory bring an inviting feast for the senses. For something a little sweeter, why not add Stephanie’s Sweet Shoppe from the irresistible Sugar N Spice collection. Or, relive the memories of the holidays on the east coast with Pat’s Party Place from Plymouth Corners. No matter what your holiday traditions, Lemax has a village collectable to please your entire family.
Start a family Christmas tradition with Lemax Village Collection today!
Of course, don't forget the accessories, landscapes, and trees that will truly complete your dream village.
The supernatural and scary have found a place right here in Spooky Town, the Lemax collection dedicated to the fright-filled delight of Halloween.
The elegance of the Victorian Era, with its detailed architecture and colorful daily life.
Centered on the bounty of the land, Harvest Crossing represents the heart and soul of the American hometown.
Welcome to the sweetest little holiday village you'll ever find!
Jukebox Junction brings back the nostalgia of the 1950's.
Vail Village is perfectly suited for the town’s natural terrain and winter weather.
Recreating the sights and sounds that have enchanted generations of carnival goers.
Plymouth Corners replicates a New England seaside village, from the working docks up through the commerce-filled streets.