There’s no shortage of must-visit holiday events in the Badger State, and we’ve got yet another for you to add to your Yuletide bucket list, the North Pole Christmas Village in Chilton. One of the state’s biggest holiday displays, it’s been wowing the young and old alike for more than a decade. And after relocating twice, it’s back and better than ever. And with the help of the talented animation artist Lou Nasti of Mechanical Displays, the magic of the North Pole has come to life! Let’s take a look at Wisconsin’s North Pole Christmas Village, which is open from Nov. 18 through Dec. 23, 2023.

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Watch the video below to get a peek at this walk-thru Christmas display in Wisconsin.

For more information, check out the North Pole Christmas Village website or Facebook page.

Have you visited this special place in previous years? Is it part of your holiday traditions? If so, please share your experience in the comments below.

This isn’t the only spot that belongs on your holiday bucket list, discover a sleigh ride that takes you through a winter wonderland in Wisconsin. And if you’re traveling through and need a cozy night’s rest, book a room on Expedia.

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Christmas In Wisconsin

What are the best Christmas attractions in Wisconsin?

  • A Cedarburg Christmas: A town that has received national accolades, such as MSN, Midwest Living, Reader's Digest, and Forbes Magazine, you must believe there is something to it. Sitting near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it tends to draw folks from the big city as well as locals, and even travelers from afar. Store windows wrapped in lights and bows invite you in for those unique gift items, shop the craft fairs for handcrafted pieces, and watch the live performances. Warm up with a tasty drink from a cozy coffee shop, order a cold one from one of the unique pubs, and dine on some of the best cuisine as you hike the snowy sidewalks.
  • Grand Geneva Resort & Spa (7036 Grand Geneva Way, WI): The magical 12 days of Christmas drive-thru light show is just a part of the two million Christmas lights you'll find here, inside and out. The variety of events is also impressive, from trolley tours and Breakfast with Santa to a Christmas in the Country Celebration, just to kick off the festivities, which includes an impressive fireworks display.

  • Kristmas Kringle Shoppe (1330 S. Main St., Fond du Lac, WI): This charming store of all things Christmas is open every day. If you can't find it in the 10,000-square-foot building, then it probably doesn't exist. In addition to Christmas tree trim, nutcrackers, and other collectibles, you'll find gifts for everyone's stocking. And spruce up your home with holiday lights, music boxes, and wreaths.