North Carolina’s Real-Life Free Christmas Town Is Now Open (PHOTOS)
The moment we have all been waiting for is finally here and we couldn't be more excited. North Carolina's own little Christmas town is officially open for the holiday season and people have been flooding in.
McAdenville, AKAofficially opened on Monday (Dec. 2) and the holiday lovers are coming to rejoice. The small town is located right outside of Charlotte. This is the perfect way to celebrate the Christmas season and has so much to offer.
In years past, there have been up to 600,000 visitors in one season in a town of only 700 residents.
There are over 160 houses that have decked their house out in all kinds of Christmas decor. The best way to see all of them is to walk, not drive, down Main Street. If you drive, you'll miss half of the decor and fun!
Right in the middle of this Christmas town is a huge lake that is surrounded by 250 Evergreen trees covered with half a million lights. This makes for a perfect night walk with your boo.
The huge bell tower in town plays Christmas tunes every night as you walk through downtown from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and until 11:00 p.m. on the weekends.
It is also free every single night so you won't even have to pay a dime to visit one of the most festive towns in the entire nation.
This town is the busiest as it gets closer to Christmas (for obvious reasons) so we suggest going before then so you can really enjoy everything Christmas Town USA has to offer.
Christmas Town USA
When: December 2-December 26
Address: McAdenville, North Carolina
Why You Need To Go: This is a real-life Christmas town and looks straight out of a Hallmark movie.