10+ Best Christmas Towns To Explore: Pack Up Asap!

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Being at home for the holidays is unbeatable unless you travel somewhere where the festive joy has no boundaries. Consider one of these best Christmas towns to visit,  if you’re looking for a holiday break. There’s likely to be a spot that can meet all of your festive vacation wishes, whether you prefer sunshine or snowfall. Oh, and keep in mind that, due to the outbreak, the holidays may still look different this year. If you do decide to go somewhere else, make sure you prepare ahead of time and do so safely!

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Are you looking for a place to spend Christmas in 2021? Here Live Enhanced explore the finest places to spend Christmas this year, from sunny beaches to winter wonderland ski resorts.

Winchester (England)

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With over 100 wooden chalets, this ancient city has one of England’s largest and most beautiful German-inspired Christmas markets. The outdoor skating rink, British Crafts Village with a nativity scene, holiday cuisine including mince pies, and mulled wine, family carols parade, and a philanthropic Santa Fun Run are just a few of the seasonal highlights.

Nevada (Las Vegas)

Aside from the 2 million lights, planners have designed the Jingle Bell Sledding Slope, which has fallen snow on a man-made skiing hill. Santa Claus has a Cozy Cottage where kids may visit him, yep, he has a winter residence in Vegas! Teeny weeny Tim’s Train Journey, the Merry Christmas Tree, the Let It Snow Concert, and other attractions are also available.

College-Station (Texas)

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If you’re hoping for snow in Texas, this is the place to go. A nightly snowfall, a snow playground, and snow tubing are available. Take a hayride or a horse-drawn carriage trip to see a spectacular light show. After that, meet Santa, relax by the fire pit, hot dogs, and listen to live music. In addition, for Christmas 2021, there are all-new attractions.

North Pole (Alaska)

You probably never imagined you’d be able to go to the North Pole! This town is not really the actual thing, but it has the name and it celebrates Christmas all year long. A Santa Claus home with real reindeer, a mayor named Santa, and candy cane street lighting are also applicable. What do you think of it for Christmas 2021?

Santa Claus (Indiana)

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What a year-round devotion and enthusiasm for Christmas. Santa Claus, Indiana, nicknamed “America’s Christmas Hometown,” is a genuine community that lives and breathes Xmas all day every day. You may stay at Santa’s Lodge, shop during the day, take the kids to Frosty’s Fun Center, and drive past one of the greatest holiday lights in the country at night.

Woodstock (Vermont)

Woodstock, Vermont, is a wonderful location all year, but maybe even more so during the holiday season, when the typical New England hamlet transforms into a holly jolly hotspot from a Hallmark movie. In fact, it was the setting for the network’s Last Vermont Christmas. You can stroll Woodstock’s most enchanting historic homes, ride by horse-drawn wagon to view the town’s quaint wrapped bridges and wintery vistas, shop for handmade holiday gifts, join a wide assortment of world-class concerts, block the roads for the colorful eventing parade, and assemble for the lamps of the town’s tree, yule log, and millions and millions of stalwarts through its annual Wassail Weekend.

Branson (Missouri) 

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It’s no surprise that Branson, Missouri is renowned as America’s Christmas Tree City: here is a town that celebrates the holiday season to the utmost. More than 1,000 Xmas trees, Rudolph’s Holly Jolly Christmas Light Parade, three drive-through light displays, a Living Nativity petting zoo, and the Christmas celebration at Silver Dollar City with its evening lights showcase and Xmas eve festival are among the standouts of Branson’s festive season.

Helen (Georgia)

Every December, tourists come to this Bavarian-style hamlet to experience what it’s like to be in a German Christmas village. Visit a typical Christmas market, see a vibrant Christmas parade, and have brunch with Santa so your children can tell him what’s on their wish lists. Helen is a great place to visit over the holidays.

Newyork (NY)

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Even in this chaotic year, New York City is undoubtedly one of the greatest locations to come for the holidays. For the holidays, it’s decked out in a variety of festive lights. The city’s iconic tree rises above the Rockefeller Center roller rink, while the adorned St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the beautiful Christmas store windows all dressed out in fantastical designs are just across the street. Another tree and ice rink are bordered by a lovely retail town in Bryant Park. This year, Macy’s renowned Santaland has been transformed into a totally virtual experience, and the majority of Nutcracker performances have gone online as well. However, there are still plenty of festive activities to enjoy.

Walt-Disney World (Florida)

Christmas at Disney is as magical as it has always been. Cinderella’s castle is draped in a snow-like covering of white lights, Epcot offers an international buffet of winter customs, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios has spectacular effects of falling snow. This Florida hideaway is one of the greatest Christmas villages in the country, with fireworks, concerts, parades, and roller coasters. More Nutcracker shows, Christmas lights, and seasonal events may be seen around Orlando.

Williamsburg (Virginia)

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With a family trip to Colonial Williamsburg, you can experience the beauty of an old-fashioned Christmas. All of the activities, including shows, seminars, music, tours, and the newest tradition, the Lighting of the Crests, are currently arranged. This year, the Grand Illumination, fireworks show that combines shooting weapons and musical acts will be held in a socially acceptable location on December 5, 12, and 19. Extend the fun in the adjacent Busch Gardens Christmas Town, a brand-new (limited-capacity) winter paradise. This year, families may enjoy new entertainment, including fifteen roller coasters and rides, a Gingerbread Scavenger Hunt, and delicious treats.

Aarhus (Denmark)

The charming destination of Aarhus, Denmark’s second-largest city, is a Christmas fantasy. The town’s high-street is flashed up with tons of lights, with attractions such as a Christmas market selling Danish specialties, the facades of department store Salling wrapped up like a Christmas present, Christmas tree-lined streets in the Latin Quarter, and a panorama of Danish Christmas throughout the ages at The Old Town Museum.

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