The hustle and bustle of the holiday season can really drive you crazy sometimes.

Seeming to have to be in ten places at once between shopping, holiday parties, festivities, and everything else happening this time of the year it can be a lot to handle.

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However, it is important to slow down around the holidays and take some time to enjoy all of the sights the holiday season brings to us.

The easiest way to do this is with a trip to a holiday festival.

You can check out the Christmas Market that's coming to Seaside Park this year which features vendors and a tree lighting ceremony.

Photo by John Cutting on Unsplash
Photo by John Cutting on Unsplash

You could also go to Morristown to experience what's being called the biggest and best Christmas celebration in the entire state.

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But if you want something that'll get you in the holiday spirit and not overwhelm you, then you're going to want to check out the Festival of Trees in Princeton New Jersey.

The Festival Of Trees Is Now Open In Princeton New Jersey.

This is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit without having to be overwhelmed.

Located at the Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton, this annual celebration features hundreds of different types of Christmas trees fully decorated for the holidays.

Photo by Tessa Rampersad on Unsplash
Photo by Tessa Rampersad on Unsplash

Some trees are more traditional than others whereas others are a little more fun and unique, according to Only In Your State.

In addition to all of the magical trees you can check out Only In Your State reports that the Festival of Trees also features special guest speakers and readers that swing by throughout the month.

This seems like a really fun and low-key way to get into the holiday spirit right here in New Jersey.

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