"We're just thrilled to see people come in not only to see the decorations but the beautiful architecture and the features of this house that tell us a lot about what life was like at the turn of the twentieth century," said USF Christmas Coordinator Janet Patterson.
If you missed its opening day, Christmas in the castle will re-open again next weekend from noon to five. Tickets are five dollars per person. Wednesday December 11, USF will have a special tour available to seniors. Seniors can see the mansion for just $3 each.