KENNEWICK, Wash.-- It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the CREHST Museum in Richland and you can take some of that spirit home with you.
A local couple donated 160 sets of vintage Christmas snow village houses to the museum.
The festive collection includes displays from the 1930's through the 50's, but there are a few that are modern era, including a Krispy Creme house and even a Starbucks.
"St. Nicholas has got his Nick's Christmas tree display. There's all kinds of little displays of St. Nicholas all around. It's just Merry Christmas. It is a Christmas snow village," said Ellen Low, Executive Director of the CREHST Museum.
The entire set is valued at around seven thousand dollars, but the sets will be up for bid in a silent auction beginning in January. The prices start at around $65 and go up from there.
You can visit the museum to see the display through the holidays.