Cutest Christmas Towns That Are Filled With Extra Holiday Magic

Leavenworth, Washington

This Bavarian mountain town, nestled in the Cascade Mountains, will not disappoint.  Check out the Village of Lights with a choir, nutcracker museum, sleigh rides, a reindeer farm and more.

McAdenville, North Carolina

It's called Christmastown USA for a reason. As seen on Good Morning, America, McAdenville features hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights. 

Santa Claus, Indiana

Maybe this should go without saying, but visiting a town called "Santa Claus" makes a whole lot of sense in December (or year-round, if you please).  There's a Santa Claus Museum, a Christmas Store and Santa's Candy Castle.

Burbank, California

Speaking of Gilmore Girls, the opening shot that appears while the theme song plays is actually South Royalton, Vermont.

Granbury, Texas

A parade, carriage rides and a large nativity display are just a few of the traditional things you can do in this town, known for its Texas-sized hospitality. 

Grapevine, Texas

Altogether, they offer 1,400 holiday events in 40 days. Wow.

Dyker Heights in Brooklyn, New York

Most of the year, Dyker Heights is a quiet residential neighborhood deep in Brooklyn.  Some years ago now, the residents decided to become a holiday destination, and today, thousands of people come to check out the decorated homes.

North Pole, New York

Of all the places on our list, this town in New York is one of your best chances of actually seeing snow when you visit.  One of its main attractions is Santa's Workshop, one of the oldest amusement parks in the country.

North Pole, New York

Of all the places on our list, this town in New York is one of your best chances of actually seeing snow when you visit.  One of its main attractions is Santa's Workshop, one of the oldest amusement parks in the country.

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