Today, Alabama is second-to-none in anticipating a grand Christmas celebration, with colorful lighting displays in places like Montgomery, Mobile, and Huntsville that make the season extra bright ...
According to parade organizers, the largest Christmas parade in the state is the annual West Alabama Christmas Parade in Tuscaloosa. The 15-block long parade route in downtown includes marching bands, colorful floats, choral groups and, of course, Santa.
Another holiday fun fact? Birmingham native Hugh Martin wrote "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" for Judy Garland who first sang the holiday classic in the hit film "Meet Me in St. Louis" in 1944.
More information about Christmas in Alabama around the Web:
Christmas in Alabama - What's happening this year at the Governor's Mansion Candlelight Open House, Victorian Christmas in Dothan, as well as Christmas parades, craft shows, Nutcracker ballet performances, and more holiday highlights in Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa and all points in between.
Christmas on the River - One of Alabama's most spectacular Christmas traditions located in Demopolis and featuring a glittering nautical parade, the lighting of the Love Light tree, and lots of singing and caroling. With complete schedule, Demopolis map, restaurant guide and other nearby attractions.
Alabama Christmas Tree Farms - Where to find fresh trees & wreaths or cut-your-own Christmas tree farms statewide, featuring contact details & directions, related Web links, and who's offering other holiday fun, like hay rides and free hot chocolate.