7 Places In Eugene To Get You Into The Christmas Spirit
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7 Places In Eugene That Will Get You Into The Christmas Spirit

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7 Places In Eugene That Will Get You Into The Christmas Spirit

As the leaves start to fall and the weather gets colder in Oregon, that feeling of Christmas really starts to set in. Nothing beats the feeling of all that holiday cheer. If you ever wonder how to get yourself in that holiday mood, here are 7 places to go in Eugene, to get you into the Christmas spirit.

1. A Christmas tree farm

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Is it time to pick out your annual Christmas tree? Want to take cute pictures with your friends or family? How about just a stroll with a different view? Immerse yourself in the aroma of sweet spruce, fir, and pine and be glad you did. Click here for a list of Christmas tree farms near Eugene, OR.

2. Christmas lights sightseeing

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Grab a steaming cup of hot cocoa and wander around some stunning Christmas lights to really make you feel like you're in a winter wonderland. Here's a list of the best Christmas lights in Lane County so you too can enjoy their beauty: Christmas Light Displays In Lane County.

3. Any craft store

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You know it's the holiday season when craft stores begin to put out their long-awaited holiday stock. Home decor, crafts, and gifts flood the aisles of stores like Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and Joann Fabrics and Crafts; and don't forget that warm cinnamon smell that radiates from the entrance. Go here if you want to "ooh" and "ahh" at the cute decorations and maybe even take some home. Eugene and Springfield luckily have all three stores for you to enjoy.

4. Ice skating

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Really feel that chill of winter by visiting an ice skating rink. The Rink Exchange in Eugene offers both public skating and figure skating lessons, so you can live your Christmas movie fantasy by pretending you're in the countryside gliding on that freshly frozen pond.

5. A coffee shop

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Almost every coffee shop has special holiday items every season. One of the best times is during Christmas when delicious flavors like pumpkin, cinnamon, peppermint, and chocolate are incorporated into delightful drinks and food. And who doesn't love those seasonal holiday cups at Starbucks? Why not enjoy the spirit of Christmas through yummy flavors?

6. A stage production 

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Get into the holiday spirit by seeing a stage production that radiates just that. The production, "The Long Christmas Dinner," is a seasonal show that emits that Christmastime magic every year in Eugene. And, If you're really feeling that holiday spirit, you can visit Florence, OR, to see "Holly Jolly Follies - Starlight," a spectacular comedic musical that focuses on elves. Here is a list of some seasonal productions and events around Eugene: Holiday and Christmas Events Near Eugene.

7. Disneyland

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And last but not least, the best place to get into the holiday spirit is Disneyland. Although it is not in Eugene, it is worth the trip. If you really want to feel that holiday magic, this is the place to be. Everything from the castle with its lights and snow, Main Street decorated from top to bottom, the classic 60 feet tall Christmas tree that stands at the entrance, the holiday parade, and the warm music that fills your ears radiate that feeling of Christmas. With so many options on what to do, Disneyland is the definition of magic and holiday spirit.

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