Another South Jersey Christmas tradition that could've potentially been ruined as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has been saved.

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If you know anything about Cape May County during the holiday season, you're probably aware of all adorable Christmas house tours that take place towns like Ocean City and Cape May, but there are also some beloved tours that run during the season in various towns on the mainland as well. The one preserved this year is Dennis Township's annual Historic Homeowner's Holiday House Tour.

According to both the homeowners association's website and NJ.com, the Dennis Township Christmas house tour is now available for your viewing pleasure online on the website AND on Youtube. The tour is available for all to stream through New Year's Eve. Since the videos are hosted via Youtube, it's unclear why they'll only be visible until December 31st, but that's what it says on DHHOA.org.

NJ.com reports that over a dozen historic Dennis Township structures are on display this year decked out with both classically beautiful decor.

For those unfamiliar with the house tours, they include vantage points of both the outdoor decorations as well as the decor on the inside of the homes. The indoor decorations in some of the houses transport you to a simpler time when everything was homemade and classic. That's the appeal of the historic home tour -- the homes leave all the high-tech decorations to the other residents.

Check out all the videos included in this year's Dennis Township Historic Homeowner's Tour HERE.

Sources: DHHOA.org, NJ.com, Youtube

 

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