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1. Christmas In Ice (North Pole, Alaska) – this 6 week Christmas ice festival features an array of intimate ice sculptures brought to life with thousands of colored lights. The event includes competitions, ice slides, a maze and more. It’s also located next to The Santa Claus House (meet Santa, his live reindeer and all) so you can do both while you’re there.
2. Park City (Utah) looks like the real deal Christmas town, because it is. Covered in snow, it boasts incredible snowcapped mountain views, real Christmas trees and glittering decorations along historic main street which set the scene for holiday musical events, carolers, Christmas shopping and the welcoming Santa Clause (where his reindeer descend on the Town Lift from the top of the mountain, or you can catch them skiing around the town Christmas eve.)
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Park City, Utah

3. Denver Botanical Gardens boats thousands of lit up trees and plants along a winding path through the Colorado countryside. Features include synchronized musical light shows, an enchanted forest and holospex (given out) turn their lights into 3D magical candy canes, snowflakes and other Christmas specialties.

4. NYC’s Department Store Windows and Rockefeller Centre Christmas Tree – from Macy’s to Burgdorf Goodman, Sax Fifth Ave and more, the city’s windows come alive with Christmas scenes that go above and beyond, everything from giant glittering sculptures to moving holiday scenes and interactive displays (I believe Macy’s has a giant interactive pinball machine this year.) The Rockefeller Centre’s tree reaches over 100 feet tall, lit up with over 1800 lights overlooking the infamous ice rink below is also not to miss.

Can you still go? Yes, it’s not too late to visit these incredible Christmas decorations! To find great last minute travel deals, visit Dunhill Travel Deals and sign up for their newsletter which will update you on great last minute deals (on flights, hotels, car rentals and more) over the holiday season.  Every day, Dunhill’s travel deal experts research hundreds of deals and handpick the very best, which are then published in their newsletters and websites. I found a flight deal on their site to visit the Denver Botanic Gardens, from NYC, for as little as $252 return, before Christmas!

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