Indiana Christmas : Christmas Celebrations in Indiana (IN)

Indiana is located in the mid-western and Great Lakes regions of North America – the United States. It is bordered on the north by Michigan, on the east by Ohio, and on the west by Illinois.

Indianapolis is the capital and the largest city of Indiana.

Other big cities and towns in Indiana include – Fort Wayne , Evansville, South Bend, Bloomington, Fishers, Carmel, Hammond, Gary, Muncie, etc.

Some of the popular tourist destinations in Indiana include – White River State Park, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana State Museum, Potawatomi Zoo, West Baden Springs Hotel, White River Gardens

Christmas Celebrations in Indiana :

Santa Claus is a town in Indiana and it is often reffered to as America’s Christmas Hometown. Here you can experience the world’s first theme park, Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, featuring three of the top wooden roller coasters and the world’s longest water coaster.

Apart from that, you can visit Christmas-themed attractions throughout the town of Santa Claus, such as Santa’s Candy Castle, Santa Claus Christmas Store, Santa’s Stables, and more.

Christmas at the Lilly House

Christmas at the Lilly House on the IMA grounds is a place you can be if you wish to explore the decorative ideas of the 1930s and 1940s.

Jolly Days Winter Wonderland

Jolly Days Winter Wonderland is a holiday treat for the whole family at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis from 21 November 2015 to 3rd January 2016. Here you will find an indoor “ice skating” rink for children to skate in their socks, an ice fishing area, and a holiday train, this is an unbeatable family tradition.

Circle of Lights Indianapolis

The historic Monument Circle in Indianapolis is known from Circle of Lights. It is the world’s largest Christmas tree, decorated with nearly 5,000 lights and 52 garland strands streaming from Indy’s beloved 242-foot tall Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

Celebration Crossing at the Indiana State Museum invites you to learn about holiday traditions, both longstanding and new.

Another Christmas tradition that shoppers every year look out for is the annual Christmas Gift and Hobby Show, held every year in the first week of November at the Indiana State Fairgrounds where more than 350 exhibitors display an incredible array of gifts.

You can also board the Santa Train of the Indiana Rail Road Company and get into the spirit of the festive Christmas season.

Holiday Lights Parade and Toy Drive in Nashville

Holiday Lights Parade and Toy Drive in Nashville will offers a variety of unique and brightly lit floats traveling through the Village of Nashville.

The Indiana Historical Society will presents Festival of Trees in addition to their traditional holiday celebrations.

Wishing all readers Merry Christmas 2017 & Happy New Year 2018 !!!