best christmas towns in USA

Believe it or not, Christmas is closer to us than it appears! The second best thing to do after spending the holidays at home is to travel to a place where you can feel the spirit of Christmas and make memories that would last you for the years to come.

In this post, we’ll talk about 10 best Christmas towns in the United States. But because of the pandemic, make sure you plan ahead and travel smart.

Snowmass, Colorado

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Thanks to Colorado mountain peaks, Snowmass is completely covered by snow during Christmas time. You can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, or simply enjoy the Snowmassive Celebration where they have interactive light-based interaction, illuminated ice sculptures, and an ice-skating show.

Frankenmuth, Michigan

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Frankenmuth in Michigan has the world’s largest Christmas store and the story doesn’t end there. You can dine with Mr. and Mrs. Clause at a German-style restaurant or fall in love with the lights display.

Branson, Missouri

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Branson in Missouri is famous as the “Christmas Tree Town,” for a good reason! This town has more than 700 decorated trees, with more than 6.5 million lights, brightening Branson’s Silver Dollar City theme park.

Boothbay, Maine

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Santa and his wife arrive on a decorated boat to Boothbay! If that’s not enough, how about New England’s biggest light display with 650,000 lights at Gardens Aglow?

Helen, Georgia

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This stunning town is near the Chattahoochee River. During Christmas, it gets even more beautiful with trees decoration, Christmas market, Christmas parade, and a lot of festive food and music

Natchitoches, Louisiana

Credits: louisianatravel

Do you think you start celebrating Christmas early? Natchitoches in Louisiana gets ready since June with lights, historic home tours, and parades.

Woodstock, Vermont

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The perfect timing to feel the holiday spirit is on Woodstock Wassail Weekend when the whole town is ready, with a parade of horses and buggies, historic homes, and beautifully decorated farms.

Durango, Colorado

Have you always dreamed of riding the Polar Express? Visit Durango in Colorado during Christmas to awaken your inner child.

St. Augustine, Florida

Credits: floridashistoriccoast

Did anyone say sunny warm Christmas? St. Augustine gets truly charming with all the lights and decorations, plus, you can wear your summer clothes!

North Pole, Alaska

Credits: travelalaska

North Pole has the Christmas spirit year-round, but it is at its best during the actual Christmas holiday time.

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37 thoughts on “best christmas towns in USA

  1. Well you do impress me with the way you said does words and I do see you as an honest and smart lady. They’re my best way to travel internationally to a Christmas town in 2020. I have been to many of these places but never at Christmas. I really need to visit many of these and enjoy the Christmas celebrations.
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  2. I love Christmas and would love to go to the German market. I visited Bruges around that time and it was wonderful. Snowmass looks like my sort of place. I like Will Ferrell in Elf but I tend to fall in love more with Christmasdecorations in a movie than the story. Especially since the themes within them are often the same.

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  3. They’re my best way to travel internationally to a Christmas town in 2020. I like Will Ferrell in Elf but I tend to fall in love more with Christmas decorations in a movie than the story. I love Christmas and would love to go to the German market. I visited Bruges around that time and it was wonderful. Snowmass looks like my sort of place.

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  4. Christmas in Bryson City, NC, is pretty cool. We rented a cabin for a week over Christmas. The main draw is the Polar Express. All the kids dress up in their pajamas and get on an actual locomotive and go for a night time tour through the mountains. My wife and I don’t have kids so we didn’t go, but I’ve heard from many that say it’s awesome.

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  5. What a nice post! All the places look so awesome with the Christmas decorations. I have been to many of these places but never at Christmas. I really need to visit many of these and enjoy the Christmas celebrations!

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