From News Everyday:
Christmas is the best time of the year. Some people choose to stay home warm with their family, while others want to walk on unknown streets watching the twinkling lights and big Christmas trees, admire the fireworks and watch people fill with joy.
According to Fodors, McAdenville, North Carolina is a small town about 20 minutes outside of Charlotte but it will give the opportunity to spend the Christmas like never before. In December they change the name of the village to “Christmas Town USA”. More than 600,000 people visit this village to see the 450,000 lights that decorate the hamlet. For those who live in Pennsylvania, Bernville is the perfect place to be on Christmas. Every year since 1948 they have million-plus light displays, every year people get the chance to visit the small cottage dioramas and shops and of course to meet Mr. Claus. Northern of Utah, there is Ogden, a winter wonderland in the middle of the town. In Ogden, people can ride on the free Polar-Express Train as the locomotive passes through a flow-in-the-dark tunnel painted with holiday flourishes. In Washington D.C. the yuletide decorations fill the area known for its over 450 stores, restaurants and galleries making it a one-stop center of art and commerce for holidays.