Save the date!
Nov 17 2021 through Nov 21 2021
Christmas at Granny’s 2021 supports Northstar Academy
Wednesday November 17th through Friday November 19th, from 12:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Saturday, November 20th, from 10:00a.m. - 6:00p.m.
Sunday, November 21st, from 12:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Grannies Shopping At Granny's
Private Shopping Event for Seniors 63+
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Check out the pictures from our
Christmas at Granny's Craft Show 2020 below!
What is Christmas at Granny’s?
Christmas at Granny's Craft Show is a Glen Allen tradition that started in the 1980’s. For 5 days The Virginia Cliffe Inn will be filled with a unique collection from over 60 area crafters, artists and bakers to get the holiday season started in style.
Christmas at Granny's started in 1980. Margaret and Janice Clifton had a craft store in Laurel Park, Virginia, called Granny's Attic, selling crafts on consignment. They also had a wonderful home with lots of space, so they decided to decorate it for Christmas, fill it with crafts and invite the public. The first year, about 850 people attended. The Cliftons were so surprised at the attendance and had so much fun, they decided to repeat the event, and it grew by word of mouth each year. By the third year, over 3,000 people attended.
There are 2 categories of participants - Crafters and 3rd Party Vendors
Crafters will display their inventory in the Manor House Event and 3rd Party Vendors will be located in the Grounds Event. Please note participation procedures are different for each.
Christmas at Granny’s is located at The Virginia Cliffe Inn, 2900 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen, VA, 23060 in Historic Glen Allen.
Get on I-295 N
Follow I-295 N to Woodman Road in Glen Allen
Take exit 45B from I295 N
Turn right onto Mountain Road at the stoplight
The Virginia Cliffe Inn is ¾ mile on the right
We have partnered with Northstar Academy who is celebrating their 25th anniversary!
About Northstar Academy: Northstar Academy is a private school that serves students who have a wide range of abilities including academic, physical or social challenges. Northstar students are from the Greater Richmond area and face different barriers, but with specialized instruction, students with all abilities thrive.