If you're a Christmas fanatic like I am well then I found the largest most magical place on Earth to visit for the holidays, and it's not Disney.

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I am always looking for unique and fun decor to add to my Christmas collection this year and I think I finally found the store to find all those treasures. Located in Branson, Kringles is the largest Christmas Store in the Show-Me state with 125 designer decorated themes trees and one-of-a-kind handmade Santas. I thought my six trees were too much.

 125 Themed Trees

There are upside-down trees, Santa trees, Elf trees, Grinch trees, train trees, and just about everything you can think of trees. If you're looking for ideas on themed trees this is the place to look.

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The best part. If you can't make it down to Branson to visit Kringles during the holidays that ok. It's open year-round, so you can stop by any time you visit Branson. When it's 97 degrees and all you want to do is visit Kringles, guess what? You Can! Even better, you can shop online too, and have things shipped right to your front door.

I've been to Kringles and it's truly a magical place. If you're looking for a specific ornament they have it and villages too. I've just started building my Christmas village this year and looking forward to going to Kringles again to add on every year. There is the world's largest Christmas Shop and that's in Michigan so if you ever travel up North stop in at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan where you will spend hours in a Christmas world.

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