Best American Thanksgiving Destinations to Travel to During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to take a quick holiday and break from work. Though America is filled with amazing locations, here are 3 fun getaways ideal with your friends and families surrounded by festive spirit. 

Jhoana Carla de Toro
Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 14 November 2018

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Turkey (or plant-based alternatives), sumptuous dessert, families getting together, and cold weather: Thanksgiving is one of the most significant holidays in the United States and is celebrated extensively throughout the country. It can be relaxing to spend some time off at home surrounded by loved ones on this joyous occasion, but it can also be a great chance to hit the road and see how other celebrate Thanksgiving. These destinations will make you grateful indeed!

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Sin City and the Entertainment Capital of the World makes for an exciting destination during Thanksgiving. Suitable for people aged 21 years old and over, Las Vegas is the go-to place for students who are out on their break and want to paint the town red. The city’s most famous street, The Strip, is lined with lights and recreated sites of the most places in the world. If you have had enough of all the glitz and glamor, you can always go to one of the numerous museums and watch an impressive list of shows. The surrounding mountains and hills are home to all kinds of recreational opportunities.

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A Thanksgiving travel list without the Big Apple is just impossible!  The city is w whirlwind of activity in the holiday season, not to mention magical. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to enjoy the city and who can miss out Macy’s Parade? The Christmas Parade debuted in 1924 and has since become synonymous with the city and the joyous occasion. New York has an abundance of spots that you need to see at least once in your lifetime such as the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Empire State Building and the Metropolitan Museum of the Art. Another site not to be missed is 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Bryant Park’s outdoor rink is free, but you will have to pay $20 to rent the skates but trust us, it is worth it. This veritable winter wonderland will make you love the season even more.

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So many people travel out of the big cities for holidays, so it is the perfect opportunity to explore a place such as Chicago. Get to town early, and you might just witness the mayor lighting the city’s Christmas tree and the second-most-famous Thanksgiving Day parade in the country. The city is typically not crowded during this season, so you will get to enjoy shorter lines. Don’t forget to bring your skates and have a jolly good time at Millennium Park.

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