Sweet Creations Gingerbread House Display
George Eastman House invites young and old to enjoy a feast for the eyes and nose — a display of 70 cleverly designed and decorated gingerbread houses. The Eastman House’s 14th annual gingerbread house exhibition is be the largest display to date, on view through Wednesday, Dec. 16. This exhibition has become a favorite holiday tradition for families.
The gingerbread creations are produced by professional bakers, hobbyists, Scout troops, families, schools, and community groups. This season’s clever confections include “Gingerbread Hill Vineyard & The Gum Drop Winery,” the art-deco Hallman Chevrolet building, Geva Theatre Center, a Christmas treasure chest, a jack-in-the-box, and a gluten-free gingerbread cottage. The exhibition also features a treasure hunt, involving the current entries, to provide additional entertainment for families and invite a closer look at the designs and details.
Most of the gingerbread houses will be sold via silent auction, with proceeds benefiting future restoration projects at Eastman House. The Sweet Creations display is organized by the Eastman House Council. The exhibition, which is included with museum admission, is supported by Tops Markets and Mapstone Financial Group and WARM 101.3FM.