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Top Places to Spend Christmas

December 6, 2018
Top Places to Spend Christmas

Looking for a special holiday destination to get away to for Christmas? Check out our list for the top destinations for Christmas, no matter whether you're looking for a tropical paradise or a skier's dream.


1. WARM, SUNNY ISLANDS: Honolulu, Hawaii
What better place to take some time for a little R&R than with a trip to Honolulu? While in your tropical paradise, be sure to check out the Honolulu City Lights, Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade, and the Festival of Lights Christmas Boat Parade. Visit the Honolulu Visitors Bureau for more information.

2. THRILLING THEME PARKS: Orlando, Florida
If spending the holidays with your favorite characters is more your speed, don't miss Christmas in Orlando, Florida. Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal OrlandoTM Resort, and SeaWorld® Orlando all offer multiple Christmas and holiday-themed attractions, parades, and seasonal offerings. Be sure to check out the Orlando Visitors Bureau for more information on all the holiday goings-on in Orlando

3. COUNTRY CHARM: Smoky Mountains (Sevierville, Tennessee
Tennessee, what better escape to a slower pace of life than with a trip to Sevierville, Tennessee in the Smoky Mountains? Experience a Smoky Mountain Christmas at Dollywood® with its new Glacier Ridge winter wonderland. Visit the Sevierville Visitors Bureau for more information.

4. SKI MOUNTAINS: Park City, Utah
For those looking for a bit more activity over their Christmas vacation, look no further than Park City, Utah. Holiday festivities abound in Park City with the Holiday Spectacular Sing-a-long, Santa visits, and Deer Valley's Annual Torchlight Parade. Don’t miss Snowfest with live music, village entertainment and daily festivities. Be sure to check out the Park City Visitors Bureau for more information.

5. TRADITIONAL NEW ENGLAND: The Berkshires
Located in western Massachusetts, the Berkshires is a rural, mountainous region perfect for having a more traditional Christmas vacation. Celebrate a vintage Christmas onboard the TinselinerTM railway and stroll down the Stockbridge Main Street Christmas made famous by Norman Rockwell's painting of the village. Visit the area's Visitor's Bureau for more information.