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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

If you are looking for something to get your family in the holiday spirit the Thronateeska has you covered.

Visitors can check out Don Fisher's famous Santa Clause display.

You'll see over 1,000 Santa Clause figurines, toys and other memorabilia donated by Santa Clause enthusiast Don Fisher.

Some are antiques others are new and every year it grows. The display ties into their annual holiday planetarium show

"It's called season of lights, it goes through some of the astrological alignments and the stars and planets," said Tommy Gregors, Executive Director.

The Santa display is free and the planetarium show is $3 dollars and 50 cents per person. Its going on until the Saturday after Christmas.

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