Red Wing, Minnesota
Great for foodies, this town celebrates Christmas with a pancake breakfast and cookies decoration. And the best part is you’ll also get to know Mr and Mrs Claus!
Newport Beach, California
Every year residents of this city decorate their boats to get prepared for the “Christmas Boat Parade”. This is a great option if you’re interested in celebrating Christmas in a unique way.
For the celebrations, more than 300,000 lights and 100 set pieces are showcased along the banks of Cane River Lake. Traditional carriage rides and firework shows are a must see!
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
During the month of December, the coastal town holds Nights of a Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens. Over 4,500 hand-lit candles will dazzle visitors as they listen to Christmas carols.
St. Augustine, Florida
Would you like to spend a different Christmas away from the cold? This city offers plenty of sunshine and beautiful holiday decorations. The Nights of Lights tour is the main attraction!
Ann Arbor, Michigan
This city is prepared to offer you dozens of events during these holidays. You’ll enjoy lots of food fairs and music parades. You can’t miss the annual “Sing along with Santa” event.
Bring Sprint, Texas
Ready for a true American Christmas? AKA the “Lighted Poinsettia Capital of Texas”, this city truly knows how to celebrate. You can’t miss the grand decorations of the historic Hotel Settles.
Santa Claus, Indiana
This town was named to honor Saint Nicolas himself. The whole theme of the city is inspired by Christmas. This town is a must-see destination for true fans.
New York, New York
Without a doubt this city crosses everyone’s mind when we think of the white Christmas. Christmas spirit in the streets and the decoration of the shop windows are unmatched.
North Pole, Alaska
Obviously, the first place goes to the city where Santa’s house is located. Also, you may go at any time of the year because the festive atmosphere is always present.