Photo Gallery of Miniature Winter Villages 6, with Lemax Model Houses

Christmas Village Displays

Picture of a professional Christmas village display at a garden centrePhoto of a home display, with mountains and houses arranged in rowsView of a village from above, showing a small Lemax ice skating rinkPhotograph of a Christmas layout displayed beneath the stairs
Aerial image of a model villageModel village photograph, with Christmas houses and dark sky backdropImage of miniature ski slope, with Lemax figurinesImage of a small village arrangementSide-view of the gas fireplace and village houses, buildings and peoplePhoto of Christmas village display at Garden Centre, with Lemax housesPhoto of miniature Christmas village display on top of cupboardPhoto showing row of Lemax houses on windowsill

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The deep night-time sky provided by a black velvet backdrop is the real feature of this scene, along with the abundance of Christmas trees and the plentiful green space provided by expanses of artificial scenic grass, more commonly used to this extent with model railways.

The hillside has been crammed with houses to create a very full picture, with buildings being assembled in groups and interspersed with trees, snow-covered roads and pathways, fields and figurines. When all of the building lights are switched on, the effect is quite magical. Much effort has been taken to hide any electrical leads, switches and components.

Model village photograph, with Christmas houses and dark sky backdrop

Further view of this huge village display, with its extensive greenery

Picture of houses and landscaping, with a distant moon in the night-time sky

Close-up picture of the lit buildings

Further view of the Christmas village buildings lit at night

Picture showing the Lemax Municipal Clock Tower fully illuminated

Photograph of two Tudor-style model houses

Rooftop view of the village and its scenery

View of the snow-covered streets and winter landscaping