Without a blanket of snow, the light of the holiday season is keeping us warm in Door County this year. The craziness of the holiday season is starting to slow as many of us transition into some time off for a few days. This time of reflection is when we feel gratitude for the successes of the past year, and look forward to welcoming our valued guests once again in 2024.
Door County’s many holiday-related events are wrapping up, but there are still many opportunities to get your Christmas and New Year’s fix. Spend your holiday time off on these great events:
What better way to celebrate this Christmas than by learning about Christmases past? The Door County Historical Society at their Glimpse of Christmas Past event has you step into beautifully decorated buildings each brought to life with historic holiday decorations.
Step into “Christmas past” with the Door County Historical Society
The Cherry is Dropping Soon!
It’s been a big hit of an event for years now – thousands crowd the heart of Sister Bay for an unforgettable New Year’s celebration. This year, temperatures look like they will be more tolerable in the high twenties, so make your way to Sister Bay for New Year’s Eve!
New Year’s Eve Celebration and the fm 106.9 The Lodge Cherry Drop™
Walk Through the Season
With a few days off between holidays, there aren’t many better activities than a festive walk through Ridges Sanctuary on softly lit boardwalks. Get your family out to enjoy the holiday beauty!
Holiday Luminary Walks
One More Thing: A Superb Choice
Door County continues to be recognized at a top travel destination by nationwide organizations. Being great for vacationers of all ages is a top benefit!
Study says Door County is a Top 20 tourist destination nationally for families of all ages