Christmas In These 6 South Dakota Towns Looks Like Something From A Hallmark Movie
Is anyone else OBSESSED with Hallmark movies this time of year? (Confession: I love Hallmark movies year round but have a special love for them this most wonderful time of the year!) If you are ready to step away from the TV and into a real life Christmas movie, head to one of these 6 South Dakota Christmas towns:
Never heard of Nora? That could be because the historic town is home to 10, but also houses one of the best traditions in all the state: the Nora Store Christmas! Located in the town's old National Register of Historic Places general store, the Nora Store Christmas features a heartwarming singalong that comes complete with pipe organ, flute, and violin.
History comes to life even more during Christmastime in Deadwood! Case in point: Main Street all decked out in lights, Pioneer Festive Fridays for the town youth, the annual Black Hills Cowboy Christmas, and... well, you get the idea!
4. Rapid City
You know RC for its shopping, attractions, and restaurants, but did you know that it is also a go-to for all things Christmas? From the charming Storybook Island Christmas Nights of Light to the Christmas Village Store to ice skating and more, you will never run out of seasonal things to do in Rapid City.
The Mitchell Corn Palace is the perfect setting for a "regular" Hallmark movie, so it only makes sense that the town be the perfect setting for a Christmas flick as well! From Christmas at the Palace to festive concerts to their highly anticipated Parade of Lights, you will never run out of festive things to do in Mitchell.
6. Sioux Falls
Are you getting sick of us talking about Winter Wonderland at Falls Park? No? Good, because we can't stop, won't stop gushing about this beauty, which consists of a must-see 355,926 LEDs and lights, 25 miles of string lights, and a whopping 275 decorated light posts.
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