It turns out you can find everything in New York—even the North Pole!
This quaint hamlet of Wilmington nestled in the shadows of Whiteface Mountain is home to Santa’s Workshop, where the man in the big red suit, his helpers, and team of trusty reindeer are ready to make your holiday wishes come true.
Skaneateles goes all out for the holidays, going so far as to even dress up a lone tree perched at the end of the town’s pier.
Fans of the beloved Christmas movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” will want to plan a trip to Seneca Falls, also known as “The Real Bedford Falls” — the fictional setting of the iconic Frank Capra film.
Christmas in Cooperstown is sure to be a homerun! Its downtown looks as pretty as a greeting card as its 18th-century buildings are set aglow with twinkling lights.
Still need to check off that holiday shopping list? Head over to East Aurora, where buying local has never been easier.
Take a stroll down Canada Street and admire tens of thousands of holiday lights and decorations adorning the famous lakeside Shepard Park.
New York City in December... as if that phrase doesn’t speak for itself, everywhere you look is a wintry spectacle. Manhattan serves as the backdrop for countless holiday movies and TV shows.
Ellicottville is the perfect holiday destination for wintertime adventure seekers.
This adorable town on the Hudson River, located about 90 miles north of New York City, welcomes the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus on an antique fire truck and lights up their holiday tree at its annual Snowflake Festival.
When a town is named one of the “Best Christmas Towns” in the USA, you better believe it’s worth a visit.
There is endless merriment in downtown Saratoga Springs during the holidays. Local boutiques and unique shops line the main street on Broadway for picturesque holiday shopping and dining.