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  • Writer's pictureNatalija Ugrina

It's always Christmas in Christmas, Florida

This year, my holiday adventure took an unexpected turn – I drove all the way to Christmas, Florida, to send my Christmas cards. Why, you ask? Well, it turns out that this charming town is a hidden gem for festive enthusiasts like myself. Many make the pilgrimage to Christmas, Florida, not just for the sunshine and palm trees but for a special stamp that adds a touch of holiday magic to their greetings. Join me as I share the tale of my journey and delve into the unknown facts, rich history, and unique traditions that make Christmas, Florida, a must-visit destination for holiday aficionados.



Welcome to Christmas, Florida
Welcome to Christmas, Florida

Sending Christmas Cards with a Touch of Magic: The allure of Christmas, Florida, goes beyond its festive name. Every year, holiday enthusiasts make the trek to this town to send their Christmas cards from the local Post Office. Why? Because the Post Office in Christmas, Florida, boasts a special Santa Claus stamp that transforms each card into a piece of holiday art. I joined the ranks of those seeking this magical touch, turning my usual card-sending routine into a memorable road trip adventure.



Post Office in Christmas, Florida
Post Office in Christmas, Florida

Fact #1: The Historical Roots – Fort Christmas As I discovered, Christmas, Florida, has more than just a festive Post Office up its sleeve. The town's history dates back to 1837 when 2,000 U.S. Army soldiers and Alabama Volunteers arrived on Christmas Day to construct a fort during the Second Seminole War. Fort Christmas, with its strategic significance, laid the foundation for a town that would later become synonymous with holiday cheer.


Fact #2: A Post Office with a Festive Legacy In 1892, a Post Office opened its doors in Christmas, becoming a central hub for holiday merriment. The special Santa Claus stamp, born from this festive outpost, has turned Christmas, Florida, into a pilgrimage site for those seeking a unique touch to their Christmas greetings. The tradition has endured through the years, attracting visitors from far and wide.


Sending my letters to Santa in Christmas, Florida
Sending my letters to Santa

Fact #3: Year-Round Yuletide Spirit What sets Christmas, Florida, apart is its commitment to the holiday spirit throughout the year. Christmas-themed street names, candy cane decorations lining the streets, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere make every day feel like a festive celebration. It's not just a town; it's a living testament to the magic of the season, regardless of the calendar month.



Christmas, Florida


Fact #4: Christmas in July – A Summer Extravaganza The festivities in Christmas, Florida, don't stop when the snow melts. The town hosts an annual Christmas in July celebration, complete with a summer Santa Claus, adding an extra layer of joy to the already vibrant community. It's a testament to the town's dedication to keeping the holiday spirit alive, even in the heat of summer.


stamp from Christmas, Florida

My road trip to Christmas, Florida, was more than just a journey to send Christmas cards; it was an immersion into a town where history and holiday magic coalesce. Whether you're seeking a special stamp for your cards, intrigued by the historical roots of Fort Christmas, or simply want to bask in year-round yuletide spirit, this festive destination has something enchanting for everyone. So, join me in unwrapping the magic of Christmas, Florida, where the holiday season is not just a date on the calendar but a way of life.



Christmas, Florida

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Jan 01

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Jay Hammar
Dec 31, 2023

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Jose Jesus Sosa Rivera
Jose Jesus Sosa Rivera
Dec 28, 2023

Felicidades en la última semana de Navidad. MUCHA prosperity PARA el próximo año en el que Vamos a tener un día más de vida.

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Dec 28, 2023

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