Christmas Village Display
The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science and Technology, better known as the Crehst museum is celebrating the holidays with a Christmas village display.
The set is made up of around 35 different pieces.
Many of them come from the Dickenson collection, a brand that began making snow villages in the 1970s.
Kensington Palace, the Tower of London and Scrooge's office are a few of the items that you'll find in the Christmas village.
All of the pieces in the display are donated to the Crehst from from three different families in the community.
All of the items on display are up for a silent auction. So if one catches your eye there is a box for bids right next to the display table.
It costs $5 for adults and $4 for kids students and seniors to view the display along with the rest of the museum.