The Charming Small Town In Virginia Where You Can Still Experience An Old-Fashioned Christmas
Williamsburg is one of the most historic destinations in Virginia, and therefore, it stands to reason that it would also celebrate the holidays in style. If you’re looking to experience an old-fashioned Christmas, you’ll agree that Williamsburg is the place to go. Candles in the window? Check. Carolers? Check. Homemade cookies? You bet! Whether you visit for a day or an entire week, you’ll enjoy every moment in this charming Christmas town in the Old Dominion. Without further ado, here’s more on how you can spend an old-fashioned Christmas in Virginia.
Have you ever visited Williamsburg during the holidays? What did you think? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments below — we would love to hear from you! Looking for related content? Check out our list of incredible Christmas towns in Virginia that you should visit this season.
And, if you need a home base while exploring all that this famous Colonial town has to offer, be sure to check out these unique places to stay in Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Christmas In Virginia
What are some of the most charming Christmas towns in Virginia?
To visit Virginia during the holiday season is to experience a healthy dose of magic. Below you'll find a list of some of the most charming Christmas towns in Virginia:
- Front Royal
- Virginia Beach
- South Hill
Of course, just about any small town you visit in Virginia this time of year is bound to be magical! To learn more about the towns listed above, be sure to check out our ultimate guide to the most magical Christmas towns in Virginia.
What are some of the best winter hiking trails in Virginia?
Going hiking in Virginia in the winter may be a bit daunting, but if you don't mind bundling up, you'll agree that it can also be absolutely exhilarating. Below you'll find a list of some of the best winter hiking trails in Virginia:
- The Peaks of Otter in Bedford
- Dark Hollow Falls in the Shenandoah National Forest near Big Meadows
- Great Falls Park in McLean
- Caledon State Park in King George
- Highway 91 into Damascus
- Huntley Meadows Park in Fairfax County
- York River State Park in Croaker
- Catoctin Mountain in Loudoun County
- Wilderness Road State Park, Ewing
- Mabry Mill in Meadows of Dan
- George Washington’s Mount Vernon in Fairfax County
- Shenandoah River State Park in Bentonville
Have you ever visited any of the above destinations during the winter? For more information, be sure to check out our list of the most beautiful winter-friendly hiking destinations in Virginia.