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8 American Towns That Do Christmas Right

The Daily Meal Logo By kaceybradley of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 9: <p>With brutally cold temperatures, you’re likely to have a “White Christmas” in Woodstock. An <a href="http://www.countryliving.com/life/travel/news/g313/christmas-vermont-1206/"><strong>annual Wassail Weekend</strong></a> is one of the best ways to celebrate Christmas. Main Street is full of small town restaurants and plenty of shops to check items off of your Christmas list. In this town, historic features are covered in Christmas décor. Holiday lights, wreaths, and snow are all over. There’s nothing like taking a tour of the town on a horse-drawn carriage at Christmas time.</p>

8 American Towns That Do Christmas Right

There is just something magical about celebrating the holidays. No matter where you are, what you are doing, or who you are with, spreading Christmas cheer tends to have this magnificent, enlightening effect on your environment and the people around you. This holiday season you will want to grab your loved ones and friends, and head to a town that embodies the Christmas spirit and celebrates the season like no other.

For anyone who loves Christmas to the extreme, these eight American towns are some of the best destinations during the holiday season. Attractions like beautiful displays of lights, masses of cheery Christmas carolers, good ol’ Saint Nick himself, and so much more are proof that these towns are where you can shamelessly immerse yourself in holiday cheer.

There are plenty of options depending whether you prefer Christmas in the sand or in the snow. But no matter where you go, these eight American towns know how to do Christmas right.

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