With the Santa Claus House, the biggest Santa in the world, real reindeer, lampposts decorated with candy cane stripes, and festive street names like Kris Kringle Drive and Snowman Lane,
this Alaskan hamlet exudes holiday cheer all year long.
A Christmas parade, tree-lighting ceremony, and festival of lights are also held in Franklin.
This Christmas, celebrate on the water with the Ring of Lights waterfront light show and the annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade, the nation's largest at-sea holiday celebration.
A scenic holiday train ride around Lake Superior and a winter village with local small businesses selling unique goods are just a
few of the many holiday attractions in Duluth. However, Bentleyville, a massive walk-through light display, is the main attraction.
With a name like Santa Claus, this community sees a lot of activity during the winter.
But during the holiday season, Williamsburg goes all out, providing a variety of historical events, an ice pavilion, a Christmas market, and the opportunity to have cookies with Santa.
Branson, which has the title of "America's Christmas Tree City," is quite serious about decking