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The Most Christmassy Street In The US Was Featured In 'Happiest Season' & You Can Visit It

It's a Christmas wonderland and it's always free, every year.
The Most Christmassy Street In The US Was Featured In 'Happiest Season' & You Can Visit It
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Hulu's heartfelt, funny, and cry-inducing new holiday movie "Happiest Season" came out yesterday, and you can visit the iconic and extremely festive Candy Cane Lane from the opening scene.

Residents of Summer Street in Duboistown, Pennsylvania started setting up for this year's display this past weekend...which will obviously be a little different (because 2020) but is still sure to be magical as heck.

The event is always free and gets very crowded, so especially during a year like this one, it's important to plan ahead and take necessary safety precautions.

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At the beginning of "Happiest Season," Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis play girlfriends walking down the festive street in a group of people.

...Which, okay, "groups of people" won't necessarily be a thing this year (2020!!), however, luckily it's a street, and you can drive around it in your car.

Duboistown's Candy Cane lane is a holiday staple for locals and for many of them, Christmas just wouldn't be the same without it.

2020 aside, a walk (or drive) down this street is sure to bring you some much-needed cheer. 

The tradition has been going on for years and even 2020 can't stop this holiday train.

Candy Cane Lane, Duboistown

Price: Free!

When: December 11-12, 19-20, and 24 at 6:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

Address: 200 Block Summer St., Duboistown, PA

Why You Need To Go: To amp up that holiday cheer to the absolute max at one of the most festive streets in the whole country

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