2.) Jackson, WY
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, brings a large number of tourists into its city for It’s incredible ski resorts. There is no place better to be at Christmas with its Christmas celebrations and stunning snowy Teton landscape. At the National Elk Refuge you can take a horse-drawn sleigh ride and admire the wildlife and the scenery. For those seasoned skiers and snowboarders, if you stay through New Years, take place in the Glow Worm and Torchlight Parade.
Glow Worm and Torchlight Parade, Teton Lift Jackson Hole
3.) Stockbridge, MA
4.) Branson, MO
Christmas in the Ozarks
5.) Franklin, TN
6.) Santa Claus, IN
Santa Claus is a town in southwestern Indiana. It’s well known for its Christmas theme. In town there is the Santa Claus Museum & Village, 1880 Santa Claus Church, Santa Claus Post Office and a tall, 1935 Santa Claus statue. In the late 1920s, the local postmaster began to promote the town and pretty soon, children’s letters to Santa began pouring in. Every year, thousands of letters are answered by volunteer Santa’s Elves.
7.) Cape Cod, MA
Cape Cod Village
8.) Williamsburg, VA
9.) North Pole, AK
My favorite part of the town is the name of every mayor in the town is Santa.
10.) Duluth, MN
Duluth officially kicks off the season with the Christmas City of the North nighttime parade through downtown the Friday before Thanksgiving. The parade is followed by the Christmas City Express train, the warm glow of decked-out Victorian mansions, and the bustle of holiday events ranging from comedy reviews and ballet to fairs featuring locally made gifts.
Bayfront Festival Park
11.) Dyker Heights, Brooklyn
12.) Asheville, NC
13.) Washington DC
What better way to spend Christmas than with the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C. This tree is just south of the White House and has been lit every year since 1923. Surrounding the tree are 56 smaller trees representing the 50 states, 5 territories, and the District of Columbia.
National Christmas Tree
Zoo lights is very fun at the National Zoo. Indulge your wild side with an after-hours visit to the National Zoo during ZooLights, which illuminates the zoo with more than 500,000 animated light installations, live music and more.
14.) St. Augustine, FL
Also see the sparkle of lights from the water. St. Augustine Eco Tours harbor tour of the Nights of Lights provides a peaceful way to experience the illuminated city aboard 6 or 12-passenger boats.
Lights on the Water
15.) Bethlehem, PA
There’s no better place to visit during the holidays than Christmas City in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. On Christmas Eve in 1741, Moravian Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf christened Bethlehem and in 1937 it took the name Christmas City.
Spend Christmas in Bethlehem without shelling out a fortune on airfare or traveling back in time! This Pennsylvania town boasts horse-drawn carriage rides and a “Christmas City Stroll” that’ll have your entire family smiling and laughing.