Bethlehem will be brought back to life in the lead up to Christmas right here in Wagga.
The Holy Trinity Parish have hosted a 'Come to Bethlehem' experience annually for the last 15 years to allow residents and visitors the chance to explore the history of Christmas.
Father Gerard Ryan said they have had about 34,000 people enjoy all the event has to offer over the years.
"We have sheep, goats and calves for the little ones to feed by hand, and also three camels and a donkey of course," he said.
"People will have the chance to try out a whole lot of crafts like making bangles, Christmas decorations, woodwork to make little chariots and things, and even paper making."
Upon arrival, guests will be offered a small serving of red wine or dark grape juice for the children, and with between 40-60 people in character each night, the event will deliver an authentic experience.
"Each night we have a little baby as Jesus too, and this year one is named Emmanuel which of course means 'God is with us', so that's very special," Father Ryan said.
The set has taken two full days to put together, opening each night from 8pm to 9.30pm on Sunday through to Christmas Eve at the Holy Trinity Primary School.