Places to spend your Thanksgiving vacation


Not everyone wants to stay home and cook a huge meal for Thanksgiving this year, especially since the majority of us have spent a large portion of 2021 in the comfort of our homes. Luckily, there are plenty of getaway locations where you can spend a much needed break for Turkey Day.

Orlando, Florida

Although theme parks tend to be packed during holidays, Disney World and Universal Studios are still great places to enjoy your holiday weekend. Plus, there are all sorts of options for a perfect Thanksgiving meal if you don’t want to miss out on the tradition. They’re normally offered at many of the Disney resorts.

New York City, New York

The Big Apple is perfect for the classing Thanksgiving experience and is famous for its Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Along with Thanksgiving, New York City is also a perfect place to shop during Black Friday because it is full of amazing shops.

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago is a great place to spend your Thanksgiving holiday, especially since it is so close to Indiana. There are many places to visit, such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Navy Pier, and the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Chicago is a must-go for a family vacation.

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

If you enjoy spending time outdoors, then Gatlinburg is a perfect place to go. The city is along the northern border of the Great Smoky Mountains, one of the most visited national parks in the United States. The city also hosts special Thanksgiving events, one being The Great Smoky Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts Show where people sell their handcrafted items.

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Finally, if you’re looking for a historic getaway, Plymouth is the perfect vacation destination. Since the first historic gathering happened there, Plymouth offers a variety of outdoor exhibits you can see, with Pilgrims and Native Americans climbing out the pages of history books and onto the streets to bring stories of the first Thanksgiving to life.

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