Some people think Leavenworth, Washington, is the next best thing to Bavaria. Whatever your opinion of the failing-railroad-town-turned-German-village may be, we can all agree on one thing: At Christmastime, this charming town is downright enchanting. In fact, this is the best Main Street at Christmas in Washington, and it might just remind you of something straight out of a holiday film. Ready to explore a Leavenworth, Washington Christmas with us? Then let’s go!

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Leavenworth is absolutely incredible this time of year… but then again, there’s never a bad time to visit this wonderful destination! For more information, check out the Leavenworth, Washington website, as well as the Visit Leavenworth, WA Facebook page.

Have you ever been to the Leavenworth WA downtown area? If so, what did you think? Would you agree that a Leavenworth, Washington Christmas is truly magical? What are your favorite places to visit at Christmas in Washington? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

For more Pacific Northwest fun, be sure to read The Coolest Place To Shop In Washington, Pike Place Market Is A Historic Treasure.

If you love winter hiking, you can find some great trails in and around the area by going to the AllTrails website.

If you’re still in the mood for more Washington State adventures, take a look at this video about beautiful Dog Mountain:

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More Washington State Adventures

Where can we find small towns in Washington State?

  • Langley is an island town with lots of great mom and pop restaurants and charming boutique shops.
  • Palouse is known for its wonderful antique and thrifty stores.
  • Winlock is a big eye producing town and home of the iconic "Worlds Largest Egg."

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in Washington State.

Where can we find lakes in Washington State?

  • Lunch Lake located in Olympic National Park is a popular stop for hiking, fishing, overnight camping, and other recreational opportunities.
  • Baker Lake located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest features camping, hiking, boating, fishing, and more.
  • Lake Crescent located in Olympic National Park is a crystal-clear, glacier-carved lake surrounded by beautiful, forested area and there is a popular lodge by the same name here.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful lakes in Washington State.

Where can we find annual events in Washington State?

  • The Long Beach Razor Clam Festival in Long Beach is a weekend-long festival of clams, tons of other seafood, and even razor clam-digging lessons.
  • The Juan de Fuca Festival in Port Angeles is a small town music festival that features a wide array of international musical artists.
  • The Poulsbo Viking Fest in Poulsbo celebrates the town’s Nordic history.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting annual events in Washington State.