With destination cities like Austin, Dallas, Houston, and Fredericksburg, it’s not hard to find Christmas events in the Lone Star State. The hard part is choosing which ones to attend.
See this year's dreamy destinations that define Christmas in the South.
Escape the cold and migrate south to New Orleans to experience the holiday in The Big Easy—and trust us, few do it better. Here are some of our favorite spots around town:
There’s plenty of ways to celebrate Christmas in Atlanta that make braving the holiday traffic worth it.
The spectacular holiday displays and events in Washington, D.C. are only fitting for our nation's capital—and certainly worth seeing (at least) once in your lifetime.
Why should Christmas parades be relegated to land? If you’re near the water, catch one of the South’s festive Christmas parades by boat, instead.
Asheville, North Carolina has two of our favorite Southern holiday destinations with two of our favorite festive traditions.
For all of those readers who anxiously await the release of their favorite country stars’ holiday albums, here’s where you should head:
Forgo the cold; head to one of these tropical, beachy Florida Christmas events.
These Southern destinations may make you forget that you’re still in the present-day South.
These Southern theme parks are as festive as they are fun. From roller coasters to sleigh rides, these three parks are perfect for thrill-seeking holiday adventurers.
The small-town celebrations in North Carolina keep calling us back, every year.
Because Southern Living calls Birmingham home, we all look forward to celebrating Christmas in the Magic City—and across the state. Here’s where we’ll be, this year: