Victorian Festival of Christmas in Historic Hannibal Missouri

Dates: Nov 26, 2022 through Dec 24, 2022

Victorian Festival of Christmas in Historic Hannibal Missouri. Spend a weekend in or make a day trip to Historic Hannibal over the holidays to enjoy a festival of all things Christmas. See website for more info!

Festival Schedule of Events:

-Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony | Saturday, November 26th | 5:30pm
-Christmas Parade | Saturday, December 3rd | 6-8pm
-Festival of Trees | December 2nd, 3rd & 9th
-Babes in Toyland Christmas Parade | Saturday, December 10th | 4pm
-Living Windows | Saturday December 10th | 5-8pm on Main St.
-Historic Home Tours | Friday, December 16th | 5-8pm
-Historic Holiday Attraction Tour | Saturday, December 17th | 5-8pm
-Mark Twain Boyhood Home Holiday Tours | Saturdays | November 26, 5-7pm | December 3rd, 6-8pm | December 10th, 5-7pm
-A Clemens Family Christmas | Saturday, December 17th | 2pm
-Marshmallows and Mistletoe | December 17th | 4-6pm
-Holiday Music | every weekend along Main Street
-Meet Santa at Santa's Workshop | Fridays and Saturdays | November 25th-December 17th (see website for dates and times)
-Holiday gift wrapping | Saturdays (Non-profits will wrap your gifts for a free-will donation!)

For More Information:

Historic Hannibal Missouri | 573-221-2477 | Website | Facebook

Hannibal, Missouri is located about 2 hours north of Downtown St. Louis. This historic city is the boyhood home of the famous author, Mark Twain. Located along the Mississippi River, visitors can experience many of the same adventures Mark Twain had as a boy, as well as some of those that Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer had, too! Cruise on a riverboat, visit the Mark Twain Museum and Twain sites, explore the cave Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher got lost in. Hannibal also has wonderful shopping in Historic Downtown. Many annual events and festivals are held in Hannibal throughout the year.
Directions: From St. Louis: Take I-70 or I-64 west, to Highway 61 north to Hannibal. OR take the scenic route along the Mississippi River - Highway 79, nicknamed "The Little Dixie Highway" and enjoy the historic towns of Clarksville and Louisiana on the way to Hannibal.


Broadway and Main Streets,
Hannibal, MO