Victorian Christmas miniature wonderland

12/29/2019 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM ET


History Society Event


  • $5.00


Frankowski residence
48 Florence Place
Pittsburgh (Mt. Lebanon), PA 15228
United States of America


Dave and Colette Frankowski share their British-themed Victorian Christmas display of hundreds of miniature hand-painted metal figures along with buildings, train and scenery. Intricate and detailed, the scene is straight out of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol!


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As a period train chugs merrily around the perimeter of the town, soldiers guard Buckingham Place, skaters glide across a frozen pond, a one-horse open sleigh swooshes past, a boy hawks newspapers, men tip their hats to blushing ladies and patrons gather before pubs and shops. In other displays, enlisted men eat plum pudding on benches against a backdrop of flags, a wreath and a picture of Queen Victoria; while British officers dine on turkey at a banquet table holding candelabra with suited waiters serving them. Elegant gentlemen and ladies dance at a Christmas Ball.


Enjoy holiday refreshments while viewing this whimsical display!


For more information, contact Dave Frankowski of Britsburgh's History Society at (412) 561-0891.




  • 2:00-4:00PM  Open House with Miniature British Victorian Christmas display and light holiday refreshments. 


Tickets: Members Free; Non-members $5



Explore fascinating British-themed topics with the guidance of experts and enjoy the company and conversation of fellow enthusiasts as a member of one of Britsburgh Societies: Britsburgh Arts Society, the Britsburgh Beer Society, the Britsburgh History Society, the Britsburgh Literary Society and the Britsburgh Tea Society. If you are not already a member, we would like to invite you to consider becoming a Britsburgh Society member




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