Missouri Seasonal November 07, 2022
This Missouri Christmas Town Is Straight Out Of A Norman Rockwell Painting
Missouri’s small towns ooze charm all year round. However, when Christmastime rolls around, they become simply enchanting – twinkling with lights and brimming with holiday cheer. With the season chock full of fun activities and events, we might not have time to pack it all in. Try to carve out a day, however, for a visit to the most delightful
Missouri Christmas town. It looks like it’s straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting.
A glittering Christmas tree greets visitors and townspeople as they arrive in Historic Downtown Hannibal, a magical Christmas town that's a must-add to any holiday bucket list.
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Shimmering in lights, the darling Missouri town hosts events all season long, making it easy to get in the Christmas spirit,
Perhaps best known as Mark Twain's boyhood home, Hannibal hosts a charming Victorian Christmas each holiday season. The annual festival runs from late November through Christmas Eve.
On one magical evening, the festival features living windows. If you can only make it to this Missouri Christmas town once, make it December 10, 2022 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Stop by Santa's Workshop at select times on Fridays and Saturdays. Snap photos while the kiddos give the man of the season their wish list.
The Mark Twain Boyhood Home will also host holiday tours throughout the Christmas season. Meander through the intricately decorated home on one of the evening tours. Admission is free.
A full menu of fun awaits all Christmas season. With its quaint shops, downtown Hannibal is also perfect for a day of Christmas shopping.
Learn more on the
Visit Hannibal, MO website. Or, stop by its Facebook page.
What is your favorite Missouri Christmas town? Let us know in the comments! For more holiday cheer, check out these
Christmas light displays in Missouri. Address: Hannibal, MO 63401, USA
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