2023 Christmas Brochure Now Available

A red Endless Mountains Christmas brochure against a backdrop of pine boughs

 

The Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau has once again partnered with the Bradford County Tourism Promotion Agency to produce “An Endless Mountains Christmas.” Now in its fourth year, this campaign provides a guide to holiday fun throughout the region.

This year’s brochure is the biggest yet with nearly 60 events, from hometown festivals and holiday markets to light displays and live shows. It also includes special deals and discounts from a dozen local businesses, just in time for the holiday shopping season.

 

People walk beneath the neon marquee of the Dietrich Theater during Tunkhannock's Christmas in Our Hometown
The Dietrich Theater during Tunkhannock’s Christmas in Our Hometown Celebration

 

In addition, “An Endless Mountains Christmas” provides a directory of local tree farms and locations where children can drop off their letters to Santa.

“The Endless Mountains region brings the nostalgia of Christmas to life,” said Jean Ruhf, executive director of the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. “You can’t help but get in the holiday spirit when you stroll through our historic towns, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, or cut your own Christmas tree.”

 

Christmas garland decorates the porch of the Eagles Mere Historic Village
Eagles Mere Historic Village

 

Last year, TravelAwaits.com ranked Tunkhannock and Montrose at the top of their list of towns that feel like a Hallmark Christmas movie. The blog drew national attention to attractions like The Festival of Lights at Stone Hedge Golf Course, Tunkhannock’s Santa Train Rides, the Dietrich Theater’s 12 Movies of Christmas, Christmas in Montrose, and more. These events, among others, will return for 2023.

 

Laceyville's Oldest House covered in snow
The Oldest House in Laceyville, PA

 

You can request a free copy of the brochure by calling 570-836-5431 or filling our our online form. Downloadable copies are also available.

You can also pick up a copy at the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau at 5405 SR 6 in Tunkhannock. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. An outdoor information kiosk is available 24/7.

For additional information, visit our online calendar or follow @AnEndlessMountainsChristmas on Facebook.

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