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7 Fun Virtual Christmas Tours you Can Take From Home

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Fun Virtual Christmas Tours you Can Take From Home- Looking for something fun and different this holiday season? We were too! We came up with this unique activity that will bring you together with your family and friends for a virtual Christmas tour without leaving the comfort of your homes!


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Fun Virtual Christmas Tours you Can Take From Home

Christmas tours are a holiday tradition that allow friends and family to travel to new and exciting places and explore Christmas towns full of holiday cheer.

But you don’t have to leave your home state or town. Heck! You don’t even have to leave your home thanks to these fun virtual Christmas tours that let you experience winter wonderlands from the comfort of your own living room.


Virtual Christmas Tours


Take the Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” Walk

Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” is a popular story about Ebenezer Scrooge, a penny-pincher banker who lend other people money and made millions charging interest. In the book, Scrooge encounters the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future that ultimately help him change his greedy ways and embrace the spirit of Christmas. 

Well, if you love this marvelous book, now you can virtually explore the alleyways of Victorian London that were mentioned in the story, such as the Bank of England, the Mansion House, and the Royal Exchange.

And you’ll have a tour guide named Richard, who will introduce you to Dickens’ version of London and give you some background into what inspired the author to write the story. This enthralling virtual tour is $12 pounds per person, so make sure to book now so you don’t miss out.







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Tour Through Santa’s Village in Lapland Finland

Living in a world where you can travel anywhere with a click of the mouse has many advantages.  

Now you and the kids can visit Santa Claus, his reindeer, and husky dogs at the Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi, Lapland Finland. But you won’t need to book a flight or spend a single penny because the tour is available on YouTube courtesy of Europe Video Production Travel Films. And aside from seeing the big man himself, you’ll get to check out Santa’s office, main post office, and virtually explore his whimsical house in Santa’s Village. 



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Virtually Visit the Christkindlmarket

The Christkindlmarket is a virtual Christmas market that opens from November 1 to December 31 where you can pre-order items like holiday pretzel mix, cookies and the Christkindlmarket boxes 2020 that vary in price. 

The only things missing are the sparkling lights, holiday ornaments, and the Christmas songs in the background. But you can probably take care of all that at home. 

This festive virtual market offers a true German-style Christkindlmarket experience. You’ll be able to explore different products from all over the world and pick your favorites. The market also offers some cool interactive activities for the kids such as riddles, scavenger hunts, and coloring pages at their Kinder Club, so you don’t want to miss out! 




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See the Northern Lights with the Aurora Holiday Virtual Tour

The Aurora Holiday Virtual Tour in Abisko National Park, Sweden is just a mouse click away and you never have to leave home or wear warm clothes. The 360-degree virtual tour allows you the chance to experience the northern lights and its beautiful colors dancing in the sky. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen. And it’s free!



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Celebrate Christmas in Salem With this Epic Virtual Tour

You don’t have to live in Massachusetts to celebrate the holidays in Salem thanks to the Christmas in Salem virtual tour. All you have to do is go on their website, buy the ticket online and then click on the video to tour each house in Salem. 

The content will be available on Friday, December 4, 2020 but you’ll be able to join in on the fun all throughout the month of December. So you can come back as many times as you want and experience lectures, festive music, and tons of fun content in this historic town.




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Check Out Buckingham Palace’s Christmas Decorations

Buckingham Palace is going all out with their holiday decorations and you’re invited to the party. Well sort of. You might not be able to travel there by plane but you and the kids can virtually walk the halls of this impressive palace. Check out the 15-foot Christmas tree and the smaller 10-foot trees next to it. You’ll also get to see the Grand Entrance and Grand Staircase that are fully decorated with Christmas lights and ornaments. All you have to do is click and take the tour on YouTube.




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Go on a Virtual Reindeer Sledding Tour through a Herding Village

With just a click of the mouse, go on a virtual adventure and visit Rautas, a reindeer herding village on the outskirts of Abisko National Park in Sweden. During the video, you’ll experience a ride across heavy snow just like the locals have done for centuries using a handmade sled pulled by a reindeer. This 360-degree VR experience will have you yearning for the real thing.


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