Santa’s Workshop, North Pole, New York

12 miles from Lake Placid in the Adirondacks is North Pole, New York, a “workshop village” open in summer and on weekends leading up to Christmas. Santa’s village has shops, farm animals, candy makers, glassblowers, puppet shows, and a talking Christmas tree. Rides include Santa’s Sleigh Coaster and Reindeer Carousel

Christmas at Disney World

Starting in mid-November, Walt Disney World celebrates Christmas. 1500 trees are put into place, and major annual celebrations get underway. The biggest event happens in the Magic Kingdom, where Mickey has a Very Merry Christmas Party on many nights, and Mickey’s Very Merry Parade features Santa on a sleigh, a March of the Wooden Soldiers and dancing gingerbread men. 

Grinchmas at Universal Orlando

Seuss Landing is transformed into a winter wonderland during the holiday season. Citizens of Who-ville spread holiday cheer and the Grinch himself stars in a retelling of the story when he stole Christmas. You can even get an autograph after the show ends.

Christmas Candylane at Hersheypark

Hershey, Pennsylvania, aka “Chocolate Town USA”, serves up a lot of family fun every year for Christmas-time, including opportunities to see Santa. Most notably, the Hersheypark theme park opens up for Christmas Candylane, with more than 1 million twinkling lights, Santa and live reindeer, a Christmas show, a giant carousel, and other decorated rides.

The Polar Express and Other Christmas Trains

“The Polar Express” is a beautifully illustrated children’s book (and now movie) by Chris Van Allsburg about a child’s train ride to see Santa at the North Pole. In a number of locations in the U.S., a family can have a “Polar Express” experience: a real-life train ride for kids, that re-creates the mood and even some events from the classic book.

Victorian Holiday Wonderland in Breckenridge, Colorado

Breckenridge is one of Colorado’s excellent ski destinations and is also a quaint town with Victorian architecture that dates back to mining days. Have fun with your kids in the Victorian Christmas atmosphere, with decorated shops on Main Street and the Lighting of Breckinridge when Santa arrives in 

Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

Colonial Williamsburg is fun throughout the year, with a beautifully restored historic district peopled by real-life actors bringing to life the days just before the American Revolution.

Holiday Windows in New York

In New York City, the Christmas spirit gets started with Santa’s appearance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which kicks off the season of Christmas sparkle in NYC. Catch a glimpse intricate window displays at retailers like Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales and more.

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