The Magical Christmas Village Near Detroit Where Everyone Is A Kid Again
Christmas is right around the corner, and you know what that means: it’s time to start diving deep into the sights and sounds of this magical season. There’s nothing better than celebrating the holidays with loved ones in a Christmas town near Detroit. The whole family will have an unforgettable adventure at this charming Christmas village near the Motor City.
Fantasyland remains open through Christmas Eve and open hours vary by day. For further details about this unforgettable Christmas town near Detroit, visit the Fantasyland Facebook page. Happy holidays, fellow Detroiters!
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Christmas In Michigan
What are some Michigan holiday traditions?
Michigan should be called the Christmas state with so many wonderful holiday traditions and events to enjoy each year. If you are in the mood to celebrate the holidays with a fun new outing, try one of these Michigan holiday traditions:
- ChristKindlMarkt: This iconic Frankenmuth Farmers Market opens up in late November and runs on weekends through the second week of December. It is a holly jolly time to shop for unique gifts, fancy foods, and hand-crafted goodies. Somewhere around 40 vendors set up shop to bring you some amazing items from cookies and cocoa to ornaments and Christmas decor. It is a wonderful holiday tradition in Michigan.
- Spring Lake Sparkle: Downtown Spring Lake is decorated with thousands of twinkling lights for this holiday tradition. Everything from the trees to the buildings is dressed up nicely for our enjoyment. Drive through town any night for a spectacular show of holiday cheer.
- The Singing Christmas Tree, Muskegon, MI: The Mona Shores High School choir and orchestra go all out for this fun holiday event. From a distance, you see a giant 67-foot Christmas tree lit up with sparkling joy. When you venture close, you'll discover it is filled with cherubic singers ready to wow you with angelic voices.
- Memory Lane Train, Comstock Park, MI: Head to the LMCU Ballpark for a wonderful drive-thru light show with over a million lights shining bright. One of the biggest draws at the event, however, is the Memory Lane Train - chugging along nearly two miles of glowing tunnels and creative light exhibits in this memorable holiday tradition in Michigan.