Kokomo’s Christmas Tree House

 During the holiday season each year, a normal residence in Kokomo transforms into a Christmas wonderland that is truly amazing.  Located at 1501 East Sycamore Street, the We Care Christmas Tree House is a must-see holiday attraction.   I was fortunate to get a personal tour last Friday from the owner of the residence and was truly in awe! 

Christmas Tree House

The beautiful home is decorated top to bottom (literally!) with 130 Christmas trees and 45,000 Christmas lights.  Each tree has a special theme and there are even decorated trees hanging upside down on display.  My favorite was the black crystal tree – the Christmas tree is actually black and has beautiful crystal ornaments on it that sparkle in the lights.  In addition to their trees, there is an enormous village display and any kind of Christmas decoration that you can imagine.   Every nook and cranny is filled with something – even the laundry room and bathrooms!

The Christmas Tree House is open now through December 31, 2008(closed on December 24 & 25) and admission is free.  Donations are accepted for We Care, an organization in Kokomo that benefits local charities.   The home will be open during the month of January by appointment only and private showings and groups can also schedule specific times to tour.  If you are looking for something to do this  holiday season, plan a trip to Kokomo.  You will not be disappointed!   

Location: 1501 East Sycamore Street, Kokomo

Hours: Saturday & Sunday Noon-9pm and Monday-Friday 5-9pm

Phone: 765-457-5155

If you have been to the Christmas Tree House in Kokomo, I would love to hear from you!  Write a comment and let me know what you thought of the home. 

Christmas Tree House 2

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One thought on “Kokomo’s Christmas Tree House

  1. Bruce Blasius is the owner of this fabulous house, and it takes them two months to set it up. He is my husband’s cousin, and told us this year, 2010, is the last year the Wee Care Christmas Tree House will exist. He is retiring. This is a must-see for the whole family, and well worth the drive from anywhere!

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