Montana December 03, 2018
Christmas In These 7 Montana Towns Looks Like Something From A Hallmark Movie
Hallmark movies have quite a reputation, especially their Christmas films. But if you want to experience the warm, fuzzy feeling in real life, all you have to do is head to one of these seven towns that look like the set of a holiday movie.
Picturesque and charming, it's no wonder Bigfork has quietly become Montana's Christmas village. And now that there's snow on the ground, it's especially delightful.
Whitefish is enchanting any time of the year. But during the holiday season, it looks like the setting for a campy Christmas film.
3. West Yellowstone
It isn't always easy to get to West Yellowstone this time of year. But if you can make it, you'll see that the snowcapped trees and mountains make it look absolutely magical.
Philipsburg always looks amazing, but it's especially enchanting this time of year. Beautiful Christmas lights and decorations line the streets, which look beautiful covered in snow.
Bozeman just held their annual Christmas Stroll, meaning the city streets are decked out in holiday decor. Bozeman always feels especially festive this time of year.
6. Fort Benton
It's pretty much impossible not to fall in love with Fort Benton at first sight, especially if you go in December. At Christmastime, the downtown shops and restaurants deck their halls and look like the setting for a romantic holiday scene.
Every winter, the Charlie Russell Chew Choo turns into the Polar Express, taking families on festive trips to the North Pole. The city also happens to look like the inside of a snow globe this time of year.
Christmas in Montana is so magical. You can even visit
the North Pole without leaving the state.