Christmas Adventures for Women Over 50 and Their Families

By on November 15, 2020
Christmas Adventures

Are you looking for a little magic and adventure for the holidays this year? After a year of doom and gloom, the hope of a time where life would feel more normal and exciting gave us the strength to overcome the difficulties this year. So now is the time to head over to some of the most inspiring Christmas spirited sights. Reward your perseverance with some Christmas adventures this year!

Our selection of Christmas villages and sights are from all over the country, hopefully at least one of them is within driving distance.

Koziar Christmas Village – Pennsylvania

As you drive toward the Koziar Christmas village, you are driving through the darkened countryside. You arrive at the fairyland all of a sudden as you come over that last hill. Suddenly you find yourself in a dazzling valley set aglow with more than one million Christmas lights adorning buildings, gift barns, and landscape. A reflective lake adds to the stunning beauty of this magical place.

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Koziar’s Christmas Village has grown as an extraordinary seasonal attraction drawing visitors from great distances. Many local families have made Koziar’s part of their Christmas tradition for three generations.

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Winter Lightfest – Texas

Winter Lightfest returns to Abilene even bigger and brighter in 2020. During its inaugural year in 2019, the colorful, festive holiday display attracted more than 42,000 visitors. It features an outdoor, half-mile walking trail bedazzled with animated displays and a million twinkling lights. Along the tree-lined paths, visitors will find a mix of popular scenes from 2019 as well as new vignettes and plenty of photo opportunities. Local choirs and ensembles will provide festive, musical accompaniment.Christmas adventures

Lantern Light Tours – Connecticut

Mystic is a pretty coastal New England town. A favorite family weekend getaways year-round with its impressive aquarium, museum, and quaint walking village. During the holidays it transforms into an extra special Christmas village. The Mystic Seaport Museum offers the charming Lantern Light Tours, 90-minute theatrical performances centered around Christmas Eve 1876 that’s recommended for kids ages 4 and up.Christmas Adventures

Christmas Boat Parade – California

Looking for something a little less traditional? Celebrate the  Christmas season in Southern California with lights on the water and a festive mini-cruise. Newport Harbor lights up with sailing vessels of all types—from kayaks to yachts—during the annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade. There are fireworks on the opening and closing nights to add to the adventures

Disney World – Florida

Disney’s version of Christmas is as grand as you would expect. You’ll find Cinderella’s castle decked out in a snow-like blanket of white lights, an international smorgasbord of holiday traditions at Epcot, and the special effects of falling snow at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Fireworks, live entertainment, parades, and rides make this Florida getaway one of the best Christmas towns in the U.S.

New York, New York

Last, but certainly not least. New York City and Christmas go hand in hand with NYC being the best city in the world to celebrate. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular with the Rockettes is one of the annual favorites among visitors and locals. The weather is cold and encourages the Christmas spirit. Perhaps you may be lucky enough to get a little snowfall on Christmas eve for a white adventures

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Christmas Adventures for Women Over 50 and Their Families