These Hallmark Christmas Movie Filming Locations Are Real Towns You Can Visit

published Dec 26, 2019
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If you’ve spent the past month watching every Christmas movie you could find, we have some winter vacation plans for you. Those cozy towns in Hallmark Christmas movies that look like they could only exist inside a holiday card or a snow globe are actually real-life locations you can visit. 

People put together a list of eight Hallmark-movie towns in the U.S. and Canada that you can travel to when you want to feel like the star of your own Christmas story. The list includes spots in British Columbia, Utah, Tennessee, California, and Ohio, so there’s bound to be one near(ish) you.

The charm of these towns is not just movie magic, either. Burnaby, British Columbia, where Christmas In Evergreen: Tidings of Joy was filmed, has an old-fashioned downtown area with an annual Christmas market. Squamish, British Columbia, home of Christmas Cookies, has “a scenic gondola ride that offers views over the sound and nearby waterfalls.” No wonder everyone is always falling in love in Hallmark movies. A gondola date sounds like instant romance.

Here’s the list of Hallmark Christmas-movie filming locations below. For the full descriptions of their festive charm, see the original story on People.

Burnaby, B.C. (Christmas In Evergreen: Tidings of Joy, 2019)
Squamish, B.C. (Christmas Cookies, 2016)
Nevada City, CA (The Christmas Card, 2006)
Cincinnati, OH (A Christmas Melody, 2015)
Near Farmington, UT (Check Inn to Christmas, 2019; Christmas Made to Order, 2018)
Dollywood, TN (Christmas at Dollywood, 2019)
Grand Ole Opry, TN (Our Christmas Love Song, 2019)