All of December you may have a peek through the door to Christmas-decorated homes in the open air-museum. There is no one at home, but you get the impression that they are only out for a moment.
- The open-hearth house from Tolstad. Christmas in the Middle Ages.
- Mytting. Christmas in the 1780s.
- The Parsonage. Christmas in the 1780s.
- Holøstua, Øygarden. Christmas in the 1890s.
- The Pharmacist's Apartment. Christmas at the pharmacist's family in the 1890s.
- Hage. Christmas in The Town in the year 1918.
- The 1920s house. Christmas at Miss Johanne Lunde's in the 1920s.
- The 1940s house. Christmas preparations after World War II in 1945.
- The 1950s house. Christmas in the 1950s.
- Queen Sonja's childhood home. Look in through the windows at the veranda and see the living room decorated for Christmas around the year 1960.
- The cabin Vy. Peek through the window and have a look at a modern cabin Christmas in 2019.
Maihaugen's Christmas street is decorated with garlands made of spruce, and the lights of the Christmas tree on the square are lit.