It's the most wonderful time of the year! Yes, the Christmas season is in full swing and there are so many places to go visit. No matter where you go you are sure to find the Christmas spirit with lights, Santa, decorations, and more.

I remember traveling all around New England when I was younger to see all of the Christmas festivities and lights, and honestly, even as an adult it still brings me so much joy.

However, there is one place in Maine that has it all, from Santa and his reindeer to sparkling trees, skating, and more. Of course, I am talking about the L.L. Bean Flagship Store in Freeport.

The Christmas celebration has already started, but there are still so many more activities that you can enjoy until December 31st.

Every single day, there is something that you can go do or see to celebrate the holidays at the L.L. Bean Flagship store.

Interested in getting more in the holiday spirit? Well, luckily for us they released a schedule of events.

The celebration is called Northern Lights and honestly, if you go multiple times, you are most likely to experience some different things. How is that possible? Well, there are both daily and weekly activities, not to mention there are also special holiday events.

Some of the daily activities that you could partake in are:

  • Free Skating and Skate Rentals
  • Visit the Famous Model Train Village
  • Twinkle Light Tunnel
  • Step Inside a Big Snow Globe

Some weekly activities are:

  • Monday: Free Boat & Tote Stenciling
  • Tuesday and Thursday: Meet Santa’s Reindeer
  • Wednesday: Free Custom Bean Boot Laces
  • Friday - Sunday: Meet Santa and Enjoy Some Free Hot Cocoa

Northern Lights has something for everyone to enjoy this holiday season.

You can check out the entire schedule of events and find out more information here.

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