Not only is the historic seaport of Mystic a popular summer destination, but it is also a lively place to celebrate "Christmas in Connecticut".
Observe the Holiday Lighted Boat Parade, during which decorated vessels navigate the Mystic River in a festive procession.
Olde Mistick Village will be embellished with over 500,000 lights for the Holiday Lights Spectacular, which is the largest light exhibition in southern New England.
This historic stagecoach halt, which has been dubbed "the most beautiful small town in America," celebrates the holiday season.
Main Street and the municipal Christmas tree are illuminated to kick off the holiday season at Light Up Bardstown, which also features "Christmas Corner.
1818 mansion rumoured to have been the inspiration for the classic hymn, decorated for the holidays throughout the month of December.
It is therefore not surprising that the post office of this St. Nick–themed town receives 400,000 pieces of mail.
However, "America's Christmas Hometown" is renowned for much more than its post office; live reindeer, chestnuts toasting over an open fire.
Additionally, an excursion to the Santa Claus Museum and Village and Santa's Candy Castle would be incomplete without an attendance.