Gingerbread Houses At Lee Mansion

Over 100 gingerbread houses created by kids and local businesses filled four rooms in the beautiful Jeremiah Lee mansion for the annual Gingerbread Festival this past weekend. The houses were quite the sight to see and smell. A $3 admission ticket included three raffle tickets for a chance to win one of these tasty creations. Proceeds benefited the Marblehead Family Fund and Marblehead Museum and Historical Society. Pretty darn cute, right?

So who’s going to help me build one for next year? Maybe a model of my house? Check out “Occupy North Pole” below, hilarious!

Jeremiah Lee Mansion
161 Washington Street
Marblehead, Massacusetts

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  1. My mother-in-law hosts a gingerbread house party every year for family and friends. We finished our houses last weekend (visit Cute Potato for photos), but this post gives me inspiration for next year’s party! And I’m sure my little ones would love visiting the mansion. Thanks so much for posting!


  2. I love this post and what an incredible house that is! I’ve never made a gingerbread house. I think it would be fun. Next year you should make one of your house and post it with the perfect recipe and tips for all!! ; )


  3. I’ve been dying to try to make one for a while now. And I’m obsessed with creating a version that depicts a woodland scene – kind of a combination of the yule log and the gingerbread house traditions. As of now, it exists only in my head of course…


  4. sure, sure, the gingerbread houses are beautiful, but we all know what really got you going was a peek at the AMAZING interiors of that mansion!! ;)